This hornloop with buckle makes the carrying of every sort of horn far easier, than in your hand. Simply place it on your belt and have two free hands to work with. You can also adjust it to hold your axe or any kind of sword.
The hornsling "Castagir", from the house Fucina del Drago was decorated with elaborate, Celtic knot patterns. It is shaped slightly conical to its underside, so every horn sits securely in its place. Curved lines and an antique finish make this hornsling a very decorative piece, that highlights the unique "nordic" character of a drinking horn. For LARPer and medieval fans, it is a nice and practical accessory in which signal horns and upholstered weapons can also find their place well. Thanks to the sturdy leather lacing on the front, the diameter can be extended as you wish.
The great chiefs have gathered together to discuss war. You are hoping to convince the other chiefs to join together as allies, and so you intend to impress them.
Filling your Chieftain Drinking Horn full, you raise it high and declare the many great deeds of your people. Soon you are expounding, too, the great deeds of the other tribes. Before long all are merry and acting as brothers and sisters. It is good, and you drink deep from your horn, before placing it on your horn holder
Epic Armoury’s Horn Metal holder is designed to hold the large variety of horns that Epic Armoury has available. Use the horn holder to show off your drinking horn or have them on display in your camp. Made from miled steel with a black coating to make it functional and stylish with a twisted finish to make it look like wrought iron. The perfect companion piece to both your drinking horn and your signal horn.
Ancient Greeks and Romans were known to use drinking horns
The ancient Greek term for a drinking horn was simply keras, which means ‘horn’
Drinking horns were used for ritual and ceremony purposes throughout the Middle Ages
Most Viking Age drinking horns were likely made from domestic cattle, while some might have been larger and made from an auroch