The Original Drinking Horn
Drinking vessels made from glass, ceramics or metal styled in the shape of drinking horns are also known from antiquity, in Greek known as rhyton. Lavishly decorated drinking horns in the Baroque style, some imitating cornucopia, some made from ivory, including gold, silver and enamel decorations continued to be produced as luxury items in 19th to early 20th Germany.
If you show up to a party with your very own drinking horn, you are bound to uniquely stand out. Great for games, or just good ol’ fashioned drinking, the drinking horn can offer loads of excitement wherever it’s brought. Offered in ceramic and glass, the drinking horn provides a cultural sneak peek into Germany’s enriched past.