Pair of Buffalo Horn Spirals with Bone Inlay


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****Price is for one pair (2 spirals, 1 left and 1 right)****


These are brand new horn spirals, these are made from black Indonesia buffalo horn out on the island of Bali. They have a white bone inlay on one side of each spiral (you will receive one spiral with the inlay on the right and one spiral with the inlay on the left). As these are hand carved each one will be slightly different. Due to the nature of the material used and as these have been hand carved please allow a tolerance of +/- 0.5mm on all sizes.


Buffalo horn varies from black to light brown to grey in colour but is predominantly black. Other natural variances to the buffalo horn include streaks or stripes, or patches of colour variance and sometimes the appearance of a grain. The colour of bone can be white, yellow or even brown this can be all over or just in patches, streaks or spots. As these are hand made from an organic material there will be some variation in the size, shape, design, colour and pattern of each piece.


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Quantity: 1 Pair (2 spirals, one left and one right)


Material: Buffalo Horn and Bone Inlay


  • Shipping Weight: 0.01lbs
  • 31 Units in Stock

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This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 15 March, 2018.