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The craftsmanship of the dark and middle ages was somewhat lacking. Many people didn’t have access to pottery and wood was difficult to work with when it came to using a crude tool for making something as complicated as a water-tight drinking vessel. That’s probably why so many people started using shed animal horns to hold their favorite beverages. Unlike antlers, horns were generally hollow on the inside and would hold water, beer or wine. To this day, you see drinking horns like this one showing up at renaissance festivals and medieval fairs all around the world.
One of the great things about this drinking horn is that while it looks like a real shed animal horn it is actually made from plastic. The styling and craftsmanship is truly impressive, yet you don’t have to deal with the crisis of conscience that comes with using an animal-based product. Just bear in mind that this plastic drinking horn is not 100% dishwasher safe. So, it’s best to carefully hand wash it after every use.