Drinking horns were already used in ceramic version in ancient Greece. The oldest glass drinking horns were estimated to have been made in the Roman Empire around the 1st century AD. This drinking horn is based on a Roman original from the 1st-3rd century AD. Many glass drinking horns were used in the Roman Empire, but most exacavated drinking horns and fragments date back to the 5th-7th century and were made by the Merovingians, Anglo-Saxons and Franks.
This drinking horn is entirely handmade from green glass, just like the original.
Length: 33 cm
Width: 7.5 cm
Contents: 650 ml
Based on original: Yes
Washing instructions: Washing by hand, unsuitable for dishwashers.
This article is made in a limited edition. As a result, sizes may deviate and the article has not been checked by a recognized body for suitability for preparing food.
Have you made your perfect shopping cart? E-mail & save your content to order later. You can also forward your shopping cart to friends as a wish list.
You need to have products in your cart.