The Triskele symbol consists of three interlocked spirals. It is widely regarded as one of the oldest Celtic symbols; the spirals represent the Celtic interpretation of the three realms of material existence: earth, water, and sky. The symbol is also thought to represent the three worlds: spiritual, physical, and celestial.
In Nordic culture, folks raised drinking horns full of mead, wine or beer for many moons. Horns also held place in Norse mythology; when Odin returns to Valhalla he is greeted by the Valkyries bearing mead in drinking horns. In another tale, the giant Utgard-Loke tricks Thor by having him to try to drink from a horn that had its other end in the sea, preventing him from finishing the drink.
This is a beautifully polished horn shot glass, engraved with the Triskele design. The interior is sealed with resin for the best drinking experience, and to prevent damage to the horn.
Natural products may vary in appearance and size, although they come in at approximately 2.5 inches tall. All of our horns are a by-product of the meat industry.
Not suitable for dishwasher, rinse immediately after use and clean gently with cold water and dish soap. Not suitable for hot drinks, as heat may warp the horn.