Vui Mung Geometric Buffalo Horn Statement Earrings
Elegantly Happy Go-Lucky
In Vietnamese, "Vui Mung" means happy and happy is exactly what these earrings are with its geometric shapes. And with the gold accents throughout these earrings, it's not only playful and happy, but also elegant and sophisticated. Express yourself with these Vui Mung Dark Geometric Buffalo Horn Statement Earrings.
- 3cm wide x 4cm tall (1.2" x 1.5")
- 16K gold plated brass & titanium stud earrings (nickel-free)
- Genuine buffalo horn sourced & made in Vietnam
- Made in California, USA
Handcrafted with Repurposed Buffalo Horns
Ethically-sourced, our horns are a byproduct of the food industry. Meanwhile, their skin is repurposed as leather and horns and bones are repurposed for jewelry and accessories. Nothing of the buffalo goes to waste. These horns are organic and is created without any chemicals — making our horn jewelry 100% eco-friendly and sustainable for our planet.
All buffalo horn jewelry are unique & one-of-a-kind
More beautiful in person, this 16K gold plated buffalo horn earrings features beautiful dark-colored horn pieces that has a beautiful variation in color and patterns. NOTE: Due to a horn’s natural state, each horn piece is one-of-a-kind and will have a slight color and pattern variation than the photograph.
Dimension of the buffalo horn earrings
The dimension of each horn earring is 3cm wide x 4cm tall (1.2" x 1.5") — a perfect piece to add to your exquisite jewelry collection and conscious closet.
Assembled with 16K gold plated brass
Thes buffalo horn earrings is assembled together using high-quality 16K gold-plated brass — both nickel-free and not easily tarnishable.
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