With this rustic polished drinking beaker you have a truly unusual but interesting way to drink your favourite drink.
Dimensions - 80mm x 120mm
Colours, Specifications & Dimensions
All Abbeyhorn products are handmade from natural materials, as with all natural materials colours vary greatly. The items you receive will differ in colour from the product photographed. Should you have a specific colour please contact us when placing your order. Sizes given are for reference only, dimensions will vary slightly.
Horn products have been designed to be used and appreciated, as well as to look beautiful. Remember the materials Abbeyhorn work with are a natural, organic substance that has been living and growing for many years. By following a few simple guidelines you can keep your pieces looking as shimmering and glossy as the day you bought them – handled with the correct care these objects can last and be enjoyed for a lifetime.
Wash before first use
Remove food soon after serving
Hand wash items
Only use tepid water
Use a very mild soap
Rub gently with a soft cloth
Towel dry immediately
Never leave items soaking in water
Do not use hot or boiling water
Never place items in a microwave or dishwasher
Avoid chemicals, strong detergents, abrasive cleaning materials or scrubbers
Do not let horn-ware come in contact with sharp utensils
From time to time your hornware will benefit from a little extra care. Using a soft cloth sprinkled with a little vegetable oil wipe over the item in the direction of the grain. Buff using a soft lint-free cloth – this will restore the lustre and preserve the natural beauty of the horn.
Do not display bone, horn or antler in direct sunlight, under bright lights, near heat, air-conditioning units, or near windows and exterior walls. This will protect the bone from yellowing, the horn from fading and help avoid any cracking or movement. Horn is naturally grainy and has the ability to swell if exposed to too much moisture. It is wise to keep items in an environment that is dry and will not have extreme temperature changes.
Causes of Damage
Contact with the natural oils of skin or exposure to coloured materials can result in the staining or darkening of bone
Over time, exposure to the environment can also produce some darkening in bone, which can be considered a patina
Exposure to light can discolour bone
Insects can damage horn
Extreme or rapid fluctuations in temperature and humidity cause small changes in dimensions of horn, bone, and antler, which can lead to cracking
Liquids such as cleaning solution or even soaking in water can also cause damage
Leaving food for extended periods may result in discoloration – especially highly acidic or salty foods such as salad dressings, vinegars, tomatoes or other fruits