This drinking horn is made of stoneware in a raised relief decoration. It stands 13-3/4 inches tall and comes as shown including the resin cast deer antler stand.
There are a variety of scenes on this horn including the battle in the Teutoburg Forest between the German warriors and Roman legionnaires. Other images depict the German warriors celebrating the victory and drinking from their horns. The middle area features a warrior holding a shield with the words “und Sie trinken noch eins ehe sie gingen” which translates to “and they have another drink before they go”.
This horn is a cast from the original sculpt which was made by Peter Duemler of Germany in 1883 who was a famous stein sculpter. A strap for carrying this drinking horn is included.
Makes a wonderful gift idea for the Renaissance enthusiast or avid beer horn collector.
Engraving is not available on this drinking horn.