As much as we all like to focus on drinking our Ale and Mead, occasionally we are disrupted and forced to put our horns down. Who better to guard your drink and display your horn than this fine dragon? He's very versatile. If you're not storing your horn there, Nidhogg can guard your bottle of mead instead. He's been hand sculpted in the UK and cast in high-quality resin and hand painted for an amazing metallic finish.
A horn with a curvature is needed to fit this mighty dragon holder. We recommend purchasing this as a set available in our other listing as we always check for fit before sending out the set.
There are three dragons primarily represented in Norse mythology, Nidhogg (or Nidhoggr), Jormungand (or Jormungandr), and Fafnir.
Nidhogg, according to the Voluspa, is a dragon that lives under the roots of Yggdrasil (the world tree that connects the nine worlds of Norse mythology) and eats the corpses of the dead.
This dragon is cast from resin and is happy to hold your horn or bottle of mead.
To get the best fit for your curved horn allow the tip of the horn to fit within the gaps to the side of the arms.
Dispatch time 5 - 10 working days
We do not advise you purchase this item outside of the UK. As the dragon is made of resin it is fragile and not suitable for international handling. Should you ignore the warning and purchase this outside of the UK you take the full risk and responsibility that itay arrive chipped or damaged. This item is not covered by us for damage in international transport. We will not refund or resend it if you ignore this warning. We take every measure we can to make sure it is safe for transport including it being in a box inside a box and sitting within a special man support polystyrene shock absorbant insert.