About the item
The Minimalist Horn Bangle Bracelet
Tron Buffalo Horn Minimalist Bangle Bracelet (3pcs) by Hathorway comes in a set of 3 pieces of bangles made of ethically-sourced water buffalo horns from Hanoi, Vietnam. While simple and minimal, these set of bangles are the perfect sustainable statement piece for your wardrobe throughout the seasons. Thoughtfully selected, Hathorway uses handwoven rattan and ethically-sourced buffalo horns as the primary material because it is a byproduct of waste, it uses a chemical-free process, it is an organic material, and it is a one-of-a-kind piece. As well, the materials are lightweight and comfortable to wear throughout the entire day and evening. If you like the Tron Buffalo Horn Minimalist Bangle Bracelet (3pcs), you can pair her up with other buffalo horn jewelry and accessories by Hathorway.
Bangle Bracelet Overview
Bangle Bracelet (3pcs)
Buffalo Horn from Hanoi, Vietnam. Learn about our sustainable materials
Inner diameter: 6.4cm (2.5")
Height of each bangles: 1.0cm (0.4")
Our horns & materials
Our Up-cycled Buffalo Horns
At Hathorway, we selected horn as our primary material to create our jewelry and accessories for many reasons.
A byproduct of waste
Advocating for zero-waste, Hathorway ethically-source buffalo horns that are discarded from the food industry & deadstock in Vietnam. As a sign of respect to the buffalo, nothing of the creature is wasted.
To prevent pollution, no chemicals are used, nor is it made with a process that is harmful to our environment. Using only heat and oil, the horns are flattened into plates, then cut, and polished with using water.
An organic material
As an eco-friendly material with high mineral nitrogen, all our excess horn shavings produced during the creation of our pieces are used as soil fertilizer for the rice fields in Vietnam. Thus, providing rice crops to feed people and other buffalos.
Every horn piece is one-of-a-kind. Each possesses its own exquisite colors and patterns variation from various shades of lustrous milk, caramel, and charcoal colors in various levels of lucency.
Horn color guide
Our horns come from various cows and buffaloes that are a byproducts of the food and agricultural sector in Vietnam. Because it is an organic material, these horns are beautifully unique for its natural color and pattern variations.
Our cream and milk-colored horns come with white flecks and snow-color gradiation that almost looks like shell or white agate stone.
Our honey and tan horns can come in a solid color with different levels of translucency that could resemble caramel candy or warm amber stones. These color horns will come with various white or brown flecks.
Our dark and black horns can come as solid color or with various white or brown flecks that resembles black onyx stones.
About the designer & brand
Today all items are designed by the founder of Hathorway, Jessica Phan. Born in San Francisco, California, Jessica always had this cavernous, maddening interest in design, especially in fashion. Her childhood dream was to be in fashion, but she decided to pursue a career as a creative and design generalist.
Over the years, she had the opportunity to design various products and apps for many brands and companies like Samsung, SAP, JCPenney, and Balsam Hill. In 2018, Jessica rediscover her childhood dream and founded Hathorway, a sustainable fashion accessories brand with a mission to empower women.
With her background in graphic design, many of her inspiration comes from playing with clean lines and playful silhouette of geometric shapes -- designed for the modern metropolitan woman.
Our Jewelry Fit Guide
Visualize the size of our jewelry designs on you with our jewelry fit guide. Just remember, fit and appearance will always vary because everyone is different. If you have further questions on fit and sizing, don't hesitate to reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ring Size Chart
Ring Size (US & Canada)
At Hathorway, we selected horn as our primary material to create our jewelry and accessories, because they possess the most gorgeous textures and patterns, as well they are eco-friendly and naturally sustainable for our planet. Similarly to our very own skin, nails and hair, your horn jewelry do need a bit of care because they are organic:
- Dab a small amount of pure jojoba oil (a organic botanical extract of the seed of the jojoba tree) on a soft cloth. The jojoba oil will enhance your horn color and will add a bit of shine back to your horn jewelry. As well, it will hide any scratches or imperfection.
- Polish your horn jewelry in a circular motion with your soft cloth and wipe clean.
- When not being worn, store your horn jewelry in a cloth bag to avoid exposure to excessive moisture or sunlight.
If you have other questions, don't hesitate to reach out to us at email@example.com.
Delivery & Shipping Info
Processed in 3-5 Business days
All orders are processed within 3-5 business days. If qw cannot process your order within these days due to high order demands, we will notify you via email immediately. If we need to expedite your order sooner because it's a gift or because you need it for an event, don't hesitate to reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also upgrade your shipping options upon checkout.
Free Shipping on Order $100+
For all domestic orders within the USA, shipping is on us when you purchase over $100. Shipping will be automatically deducted upon checkout once you enter your shipping address. Learn more
30-day return & exchange
If you are not satisfied with your item, you offer free returns and exchanges within 30 days of receiving your item. Just ship the item back -- untampered and unworn with its original packaging and we'll offer an exchange or refund. Currently, we don't offer shipping on your returns. Learn more
What's in the boxEvery Hathorway order will include:
- Your Hathorway item
- A branded 100% cotton pouch to protect and store your item when you are not wearing or using it.
- Wildflower seed paper that includes a letter from the designer and information about our buffalo horn material. And instead of recycling or throwing it away, you could soak and plant it to nurture your garden.