5" Natural Buffalo Horn Cups
Horn drinking vessels have a very long and rich history, being used in many cultures all around the world they were made from horn, metal, and glass and used for ceremonial purposes. The earliest horn drinking vessels date between the 8th century BC and the 6th century AD. Wrap your head around that for a minuite!
These horn cups are growing in popularity among the mountain man seen at Pacific Primitive Rendezvous. They are a great alternative to wooden cups and much lighter weight than other common pre-1840 drinking vessels. Perfect to carry around in your haversack or beaded bandolier bag, to be at the ready of a drink among friends. Cheers!
Made of buffalo (not to be confused with American Bison) with a wooden base plug and sealed with beeswax. These beautiful horn cups have natural variations of color and thickness. Made in India
Your beautiful horn-ware will last a very long time if properly cared for. Simply wash with soap and lukewarm water and dry with soft cloth immediately following. Submerging in water or consuming hot liquids in your horn cup will cause it to loose shape and delaminate. If your cup starts to loose their seal, simply resealed with 100% beeswax.