Viking Drinking Horn Cup "Jörmungandr" (Complete Set with Gift Bag). SKAL Collection from AlgizRune Workshop (Canada)
Embrace the Viking spirit with our Premium Quality Viking Drinking Horns and Mugs, thoughtfully designed as a gift set. Each set includes a beautifully crafted stylish gift bag for convenient storage or gifting, perfect for LARPing (Live-Action Role-Playing) adventures, as Viking movie props, Viking home or restaurant décor.
This mug available in two sizes, 400-500 ml and 800 ml - 1 Litre, these drinking horn cups are not just vessels; they're a piece of Viking heritage ready to elevate your drinking experience.
Carefully polished and cleaned top quality drinking horn that is safe to drink from. The shape and colour of the horn may differ from that in the picture. It suites cold drinks like Beer, Mead, Wine. Horn cups not suitable for strong alcohol drinks, dishwashing machines, microwaves, etc.
Wash it with warm water after using and it will work for you for 1000 years:)
Norse Horn cup masterpiece came from Algizrune Norse Pagan Arts Workshop Canada. Design protected by UK and Canadian Law.
Important: Free shipping for our SKAL horns cups made from Canada so import taxes may apply on importation and its buyer responsibility.
In the days of old, when the world was still young, a serpent of unimaginable size and power was born. This serpent, named Jormungandr, was the offspring of the trickster god Loki and the giantess Angrboða. From the moment of its birth, Jormungandr grew rapidly, its body winding and coiling around the world.
As it encircled the Earth, the seas and oceans became its realm, and its immense body became an eternal ring that held the world in its grip. The gods of Asgard, led by the Allfather Odin, observed this monstrous serpent with concern. They feared that one day it would bring about cataclysmic events that would threaten all of creation.
In an attempt to mitigate the impending disaster, the gods decided to cast Jormungandr into the deep ocean. Thor, the god of thunder and Odin's mighty son, took up the challenge. He journeyed to the farthest reaches of the sea, where the serpent's massive head lay hidden among the waves. With great effort, Thor wrestled with Jormungandr, using all his strength to cast the serpent into the abyss.
Jormungandr's immense body writhed and twisted as it descended into the depths, disappearing from sight. Yet, it did not die. Instead, it continued to grow, coiling itself around the ocean floor, hidden from the world above.
As the years passed, Jormungandr's presence became known through its venomous breath, causing tumultuous storms and treacherous tides. Sailors and seafarers spoke of the serpent's wrath, and its legend spread far and wide.
The prophecy of Ragnarok, the apocalyptic end of the world, foretold that Jormungandr would rise once more. During Ragnarok, the serpent would emerge from the depths of the ocean to fulfill its destiny. It would face its arch-nemesis, Thor, in a final, epic battle that would signify the destruction of the world.
Ragnarok arrived as foretold, and Jormungandr broke free from the depths. It emerged from the ocean, its enormous body encircling the land. The great serpent and Thor met once more, locked in a fierce battle that shook the very foundations of existence. In the end, both would meet their demise, their deaths marking the beginning of the end.
As the world crumbled around them, the fires of Ragnarok consumed all. Yet, even in the face of this ultimate destruction, the myth of Jormungandr, the World Serpent, would live on as a symbol of the cyclical nature of life and the inevitable forces of destruction and renewal that shape the cosmos.