Our range of medieval feastware, including beautiful mugs and eating utensils, are the perfect accompaniment to any meal. We also carry flatware for those on the go - great for your next picnic outing or camping trip! We also carry a selection of hip flasks that are waterproof (and alcohol proof).
Handcrafted from natural antler, this beautiful bottle opener makes a fine addition to your hunting cabin or kitchen. Gently curving stag horn looks rustic and graceful at the same time.
Made from a genuine, once-fired .50 caliber casing procured from the US Department of Defense! Instead of the crack of rifle fire, you'll hear a soothing pop when you crack open your favorite beverage with this bottle opener.
This USA-made pizza cutter will show your pizza who's the boss! Featuring a Creamid handle and 440A stainless steel wheel.
The KA-BAR Ice Cream Scoop will destroy the toughest of desserts, and it also works great with melons such as watermelon and cantaloupe. Made in America with food and water-safe Creamid, the Dessert Destroyer is dishwasher safe.
Here's a bottle opener that glows in the dark; how lucky is that? Perfect for a candle-lit cabin or around a campfire when you're opening a cold one after dark. The real 4 leaf clover is encased in acrylic and has a magnetic insert so you can stick it to your fridge, microwave, or camper if you're so inclined.
These large bowls are made of ethically sourced horn. Each measures approximately 7" across. Perfect for Viking and Medieval settings.
This is a nice, hand-made knife and skewer set designed for rustic dining. Both pieces have full tang construction with genuine horn grips and brass hardware
Celebrate Viking Style with this wonderful set of feastware essentials! This kit includes a set of 2 triangular-shaped horn mugs, a set of forged iron eating utensils, a forged iron bottle opener, and a pewter Raven pendant for you to wear whilst imbibing.
Top Customer Reviews
Review of: Horn Shot Glass Set
Well made. Great conversation starter. Not bad for the price.
Reviewed by: Jim, December 05, 2019