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Buffalo Horn Jug

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Product Description

In days of old, drinking tankards were a common item found in most homes. The Buffalo Horn Jug is modeled after this ancient tabletop standard. The insides of these vessels are fully polished and sealed, while the outer wall retains a beautiful rugged texture.

Please note: These are made from natural materials. The exact color, pattern, and capacity may vary.

Product Details
  • ColorsNatural
  • Materials
    Buffalo Horn, Resin
  • OriginIndia

— Drinking Mug
— Made Of Genuine Horn Ethically Sourced From India, No Two Are Exactly Alike
— Suitable For Cold Beverages
— Hand Wash Only

— Measures Approximately 8.5" x 5.5" x 4"; 1.4 lb

FAQ
How are the materials acquired for this product?

The materials are ethically sourced from India.

Can you polish the whole mug?

Yes, you can polish the whole mug.

What is handle made of?

The handle made of horn.

How much liquid does it hold?

Since it's a natural product capacity will vary but it is around 1000ml.

Are these formed from animals and are they harmed in the process?

The jugs are made of real animal horn; however, they are ethically sourced
from our supplier in India.

Is it dishwasher safe?

No, it is not dishwasher safe.

Can I pour a hot liquid, like coffee?

No, this should not be used with hot liquids.

How do I remove an unpleasant odor from my horn?

The odor results from the protective coating put on the mug for durability.

Will leaving it outdoors for a few days reduce or eliminate the protective coating odor?

Yes, that may help with the odor, as would giving it a light wash with soap
and cold/room temperature water. Please do not use hot water, as this may damage the protective coating.

Will leaving it out in the sun discolor it or damage it somehow?

Leaving the mug out in the sun for an extended period of time may cause
damage or discoloration.

What is the base of the mug made of? Is it horn as well?

No, the base of the horn is made of resin!

How to fix a crack on the resin base where it meets the horn mug?

A simple way would be to use glue to stick the resin base with the mug.

Shipping Information
  • Shipping Availability
    — USA
  • Shipping Policy
    Standard Ground Shipping
  • Ships In
    2-3 weeks
  • Return Policy
    Final sale, not eligible for return or cancellation