A Conscious Accessories Brand

“Hathorway” is short for Hathor, the Egyptian goddess of love and beauty, known for her iconic headdress made of cow horns. While the name is inspired by Egyptian culture, Hathorway is ultimately Asian traditions infused with West Coast visions.

Based in the San Francisco Bay Area, 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. 

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Thoughtfully made

with reclaimed horns

Hathorway puts meticulous thought into designs and materials to ensure quality is built to last, and uniqueness that showcases craft & authenticity. Our primary material is ethically-sourced buffalo horn. Let us tell you why we love this material...

Traditional Asian Craft

A Traditional Craft

The usage of buffalo horn is a Vietnamese heirloom technique that is past down from generation to generation and dates back to as old as 400 years ago. By designing with horns, we are preserving and celebrating this special craftsmanship and the village that it originated from.

Byproduct of Waste

A Byproduct of Waste

An advocate for zero waste, Hathorway selects only ethically sourced buffalo horns that are discarded from the food industry and dead stock from the agricultural industry in Vietnam. As a sign of respect to the buffalo, nothing is wasted; every part of the buffalo is used.

Chemical Free Process

A Chemical Free Process

No chemicals are used and no products are made with a process that pollutes our environment. Using only heat and oil — a Vietnamese craftsmanship that dates back 400 years — the horns are flattened into plates, then cut and polished using water.

 Organic Material

An Organic Material

As an eco-friendly material with high-mineral nitrogen, all our excess horn shavings are produced during the creation of our pieces and are used as soil fertilizer for the rice fields in Vietnam. This provides rice crops to feed people and other buffaloes in Vietnam.

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