BLOWING HORNS / HORN BUGLES
Our horn bugles (or blowing horns) are hand made in England from a single piece of cow horn. The mouth piece does not
contain a reed and so is blown with pursed lips like a trumpet, producing a deep resonant sound.
Blowing horns were used in Viking and medieval times as a means of communication, to keep in contact with your friends
(e.g. during hunting) or to
warn people of your approach (Blowing your horn was a way of showing that you were not engaged in any criminal activity!)
These are natural products, so shape, size and colour will vary and have a traditional "rough & rustic" finish
Note: Small blowing horns must be blown very hard and produce a high-pitched sound, large blowing horns are blown very loosely and produce a deep sound.
The medium blowing horns are easiest to blow and produce the best sound.