Description From Hathorway
About the Vui Mung II Geo Buffalo Horn Dangle Earrings
Whimsical, yet elegant, this Vui Mung II Geo Buffalo Horn Dangle Earrings by Hathorway features two geometric pieces handmade of ethically-sourced buffalo horns on a gilded 16K gold-plated circular brass ring to create a playful motif. These geometric statement dangle earrings are the perfect to complete your ensemble for any occasion, all year round. The Vui Mung II Geo Buffalo Horn Dangle Earrings is a more elevated version of the Vui Mung Geometric Buffalo Horn Statement Earrings.
As an organic material, buffalo horns are by-product of waste, created using a chemical-free process, and makes a one-of-a-kind piece.
Note: Since each geometric earrings is handmade in an all-natural material, expect slight variations in size, color, and pattern.
geometric earrings Details
- Brand: Hathorway
- Type: geometric earrings
- Measurements: 2.9 cm x 4.8 cm (1.14 in x 1.9 in)
- Materials: Ethically-sourced water buffalo horn from Hanoi, Vietnam and 16K gold-plated brass from Seoul, South Korea
- Colors: Light Horn, Dark Horn, Honey Horn, Dark & Light Horn, Dark & Honey Horn, Mixed Colors
- Closure Type: 16K gold-plated brass earring hooks
- Assembled: San Francisco Bay Area, California
geometric earrings Care
Wipe with a dry, non-abrasive cloth. When not being worn, store the geometric earrings in a cloth bag to avoid exposure to excessive moisture or sunlight. Learn more on jewelry care
Based in the San Francisco Bay Area, Hathorway is an eco-conscious accessories brand defined by geometrical, yet minimalistic silhouettes. Every piece is designed by designer Jessica Phan, who wanted to reconnect with her Vietnamese heritage by preserving a 400-year-old craftsmanship which uses ethically-sourced buffalo horns, a material—like leather—that has been discarded from deadstock and the food industry in Vietnam. As an organic material, every piece will be completely one of a kind, each possessing its own exquisite colors and patterns. Hathorway is short for Hathor, the Egyptian goddess of love and beauty, known for her iconic headdress made of cow horns.