BATIK: wax resist dyeing technique in fabric is an ancient art form. Discoveries show it already existed in Egypt in the 4th century BC, in Asia, the technique was practiced in China during the T'ang dynasty (618-907 AD), in India and Japan during the Nara period (645-794 AD). In 2013 using this dyeing technique and dedicated to funding vital resources in Colombia, LeJu's ethical jewelry line releases these bangles made from recycled cow horn.
Handmade using recycled cow horn. Slips on. Gift packaging with explanation of materials used and precautions.
This item's measurements are:
Width 2" / 4.5cm
Circumference 8" / 21cm
Made from recycled cow horn and dyed with natural dyes.