African Cow Horn Decorative Vase, Natural
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African Cow Horn Decorative Vase, Natural

$65.00 - $80.00
Est. Arrival: Jun 17 - Jun 29
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A naturally elegant addition to your collection, this decorative vase is crafted of sustainably sourced African Ankole-Watusi horn. Due to the use of natural materials, each piece is unique and may vary slightly from image shown. Please note that this vase is not watertight but will hold a concealed plastic cup.

Color: natural
Dimensions: 4"Dia x 8"H
Made In: South Africa
Made Of: African Ankole-Watusi cow horn
Please Note: Flowers not included.
SKU: 77534549
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL: Jun 17 - Jun 29
STANDARD DELIVERY: This item ships standard service. Learn more about our shipping & handling rates.
RETURNS: This item is returnable within 30 days of delivery. Restocking and return shipping fees will apply. See our Return Policy for details.
Founded to bring the artistry of indigenous African design to the U.S., Ngala Trading Co. collaborates with artisans in Africa to produce its line of beautifully handcrafted lighting, furniture, and accents. The designs incorporate richly textured exotic materials, including leather, horn, and ostrich feathers, all sustainably sourced as part of ongoing conservation efforts.
Why we love this

A naturally elegant addition to your collection, this decorative vase is crafted of sustainably sourced African Ankole-Watusi horn. Due to the use of natural materials, each piece is unique and may vary slightly from image shown. Please note that this vase is not watertight but will hold a concealed plastic cup.

About the Brand
Founded to bring the artistry of indigenous African design to the U.S., Ngala Trading Co. collaborates with artisans in Africa to produce its line of beautifully handcrafted lighting, furniture, and accents. The designs incorporate richly textured exotic materials, including leather, horn, and ostrich feathers, all sustainably sourced as part of ongoing conservation efforts.