Bull Horn Eco Ring Target
This natural product has been used by the Incas for generations. Initially, the Incas made musical instruments out of bull horn for use in their annual fertility rituals. While making these instruments, the Incas noticed that they were able to shape and mold the bull horn. Thus began the creation of "Bull Horn" Jewelry. The Inca women wore bull horn as accessories for their main cultural festivities. The colors you see on the pictures are the natural colors of the horn, and there are no two alike! The beauty of bull horn jewelry is in the natural mix of colors and the beautiful and unique texture of each piece.
- Unique ring in 2 colors
- black and white
- set beautiful on a black band.
- The colors you see on the pictures are the natural colors of the horn
- and there are no two alike! The beauty of bull horn jewelry is in the natural mix of colors and the beautiful and unique texture of each piece
- Size: 1 1/2" x 1 1/2" approx.
- Weight: 5 grams approx.
- Each piece is handmade
- color might vary.
- Avoid contact with water
- if it occurs dry thoroughly.
- Size Available: 6-7-8-9 and 10.
Inspired Peru is an artisan cooperative consisting of 35 artisans; the majority are widows and heads of household from indigenous communities in the Peruvian highlands. Ethically sourced, local alpaca wool is used to craft products, such as stuffed animals and accessories, that celebrate the artisans’ ancestral and cultural heritage. The artisans generally work from the comfort of their home; however, they have access to a communal workshop in the city of Lima. At Inspired Peru, artisans are empowered to transmit their traditional skills to future generations while expanding their business and leadership skills. Artisans have access to skill development programs through Inspired Peru. We are proud to partner with artisans at Inspired Peru.
On average, six to eight artisans collaborate on the production of these stuffed animals. It takes about five days to craft each of these adorable, hypoallergenic stuffed animals. The process begins with artisans shaping molds and carefully sewing the body. Each animal’s face is separately constructed, giving each piece a very realistic flair. After carefully shaving the alpaca, the hair is washed and sun-dried for one to two days. Depending on the item, the artisans may dye the alpaca hair using vibrant colors. Dying involves additional hand-wash cycles to reach the desired color. Molds are separately made using flexible cardboard. Artisans carefully hand-glue the washed alpaca hair to the mold. Once dried, the hair is thoroughly hand-combed to reach its staple softness. No animal cruelty is involved in the sourcing of the alpaca hair.