Drinking horns have always been a large part of Norse Culture and they are still used today in ceremonies such as weddings. This handmade horn features and etched symbol of the Horns of Odin right on the front. These horns represent the three horns Odin used to procure the brew made from the blood of Kvasir mixed with honey, thus creating mead which made anybody who drank it a "poet or scholar". After fleeing with the mead, Odin gave it to the gods and the men gifted in poetry. Today, the horns represent a commitment and faith to the Asatru faith. This horn has been hand polished from all natural horn. The rim is lined with a brass band and pins with a Celtic weave design. The tip is also crafted from genuine brass and carved to resemble a crocodile. The inner has been hollowed out and coated with a food safe sealant. What makes these horns so unique is the all the differences in size, shape, and color. This verifies the authenticity of the piece.
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