Horn Bowl: Elder Futhark

$19.99

Artist:

Jeff Kimberlin

 

Info:

Materials: Water Buffalo Horn Bowl

Dimensions:

Width: 5"

Depth: 1.25"

 

Use: Blot Bowl, Offering Bowl, Altar Piece

 

About:

This beautiful water buffalo horn bowl has been hand carved with the Elder Futhark runes on the outside rim, with a plain polished interior, giving it the perfect feel for any Norse Pagan altar or sacred space. The carvings have also been sealed with natural bees wax for added protection on the exposed horn. 

Note: This bowl is intended for cold materials ONLY. Warm food or liquid will quickly break down the coating and will cause damage to the bowl. It is recommend that you reapply a light coating of natural bees wax every few months if there is regular use. 

 

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