Mjölnir drinking horn (Red)
This horn has been hand relief carved with Thor's hammer; Mjölnir and has been inked in a striking red.
Mjölnir (Old Norse: Mjǫllnir) - Mjölnir is the hammer of Thor and is one of the most feared weapons in all of Norse Mythology. It is especially feared by the jötunn (Giants), as Thor is Asgard's resident giant slayer. The hammer was forged by the Dwarves, Brokkr (Metalworker) and Sindri (Spark-sprayer) and can be shrunk to the size of an amulet and worn around the neck.
- Capacity - 250-400ml , 400-600ml , 600-900ml , 900-1.3L (Approx)
- Mjölnir (Relief carve)
- Handcrafted in the U.K
- Beeswax lined
- Option to add a copper or brass raven rim
- Option to add a personalised name.
If a name is chosen, please leave a message with the order stating which name you would like carved onto the horn.
All our horn products are completely handmade in our Yorkshire-based workshop, so please be aware that there is a production time of around four weeks once the order has been placed.
All our horn products are handmade in our Yorkshire-based workshop. All horns arrive in their completely natural state. We then sand, polish and line the inside of each individual piece. All designs are drawn on and carved entirely by hand.
The inside of the horn has been extensively cleaned and then lined using food-grade beeswax. We try to keep everything as authentic and organic as possible, which is why we opt for a deodorized beeswax lining rather than a polyurethane one. Because we use natural wax, the horn isn't suitable for hot drinks. All drinking horns and mugs come with a set of care instructions.
Our horns come without a stand unless specified otherwise. All our stands are made exclusively for Horns of Odin by our U.K based blacksmith and can be found in the "horn accessories" section.
These horns are made to order, so may differ from the product pictures. If you have a preferred colour horn, please leave a message with your order, and we will do everything we can to accommodate.
Any customs fees that may occur with items sent to Europe are payable by the customer.