Wrought iron binds together a raiding party as surely as it binds the Earth. When you Viking with another, they are your brothers and sisters and those bonds forge shall be like iron. Together each of you holding the other up, and a gentle hand to carry you all. Six Brother shall stand together not just on the battlefield, but in the halls of Asgard too.
With a convenient carrying handle these six beautiful drinking horns are held together in a masterfully worked iron sconce that hints at a triskele with its feet. These natural horn products are all hand polished, each unique. An all in one set of stand of half a dozen drinking horns will see you skull in the feasting halls with your five finest friends at a Viking or medieval themed party, keeping drinks in theme during your weekly Table Top sessions, or just look amazing in your home as a functional piece of decor.
Do not machine wash. Gentle hand wash in warm water only. Do not scour. Do not use with hot liquids.
It’s been a long and tiring day in the brutal heat. You’ve suffered through a mighty battle, and saw several of your comrades fall on a bloody field. As you finally return to your camp, sweat pouring down your forehead, you reach for your Laced Bottle Holder and pull back the cap to drink deeply.
No one gives your bottle a second glance, since it seems perfectly suited to the time and place. Little do they know that you hide within your bottle holder the nectar of the gods--with enough sugar to rejuvenate your tired soul.
Epic Armoury’s Laced Bottle Holder is a leather pouch designed to disguise your out-of-character drink bottle which comes with a 500ml plastic bottle. There’s no reason to forgo your favourite beverages due to bad immersion! Enjoy a crisp 500 ml (or approximately 16.9 US fluid ounce) soda in the heat of summer by hiding the plastic with our extremely adjustable and attractive bottle holder.
To use, slide the bottle through the suede sleeve before lacing the top-grain leather caps together. Cover the top of your bottle with a final leather cap, secured to the holder with a long and durable leather cord that can be tied to your belt for easy travel.
Bottles have been developed over a millennia, with early examples from Ancient Rome and China
The word bottle comes from the Old French boteille, which is a word derived from the Latin word for “cask”
Ancient bottles were often carried on a rope sling with a special knot