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Spellstone Buffalo Horn Hairsticks (1 or 2 tines)




 
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Product Code: SPEL-STICK_01

Hairstick 1&2 tine

  

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Beautify and adorn your hair with Spellstone hand-carved hair sticks designed for us by Alex Morgan. These one and two-tine hairsticks are hand carved in Vietnam of domestic water buffalo horn, some with abalone inlay. The hair sticks are about 6 1/4 " ( 16 cm) long depending on design. Every one has a blessing implied in the design. They will arrive in a gift box, ready to present to someone you love, or as a gift to yourself for a special occasion.

All our Spellstone items are made in Vietnam of water buffalo horn.

Water buffaloes are domestic farm animals across Asia. They are loved as a working member of the family and valued as a tractor or family car. Water buffaloes are never killed or harmed to just harvest their horns. When a farmer's water buffalo dies at the end of a long and productive life, all parts, including the horns, are harvested and put to good use so nothing is ever wasted.

Awen
Divine Inspiration

A talisman for artists of every kind. Awen opens the window through which beauty may flow and be shaped by the body as song, dance, art, poetry.

Carina
A Bud in the Garden of Paradise

The garden of paradise holds peace and abundance, as well as the knowledge of good and evil, wisdom and language. The bud symbolizes the potential for new growth, new wonders, new knowledge.

Note: This item is also available in amber-colored buffalo horn. Choose from the dropdown list at the op of the page.

Huginn
Thought

Huginn was one of Odin's raven messengers. Odin's ravens carried knowledge from the heavens to earth. Wear Huginn to look at everything around you, consider things carefully, and ponder.

Note: This item is also available in amber-colored buffalo horn. Choose from the dropdown list at the op of the page.


Kaie

Kaie’s Celtic patterns symbolize triumph in the battles of life. These swirls and spurs represent growth, change, successful struggles and accomplishment of difficult endeavors.

Note: This item is also available in amber-colored buffalo horn. Choose from the dropdown list at the op of the page.


Keelin

Keelin’s Celtic patterns symbolize grace and new growth. These positive and negative swirls represent evolving life in balance.

Note: This item is also available in amber-colored buffalo horn. Choose from the dropdown list at the op of the page.


Lir ~ Swan
Inner Beauty and Grace

Swan gives the ability to see beyond outward appearance to the true beauty within, also, to project your inner light outward. Wear Swan for the grace to accept things as they are.


Muninn
Memory

Muninn was one of Odin's raven messengers. Odin's ravens carried knowledge from the heavens to earth. Wear Muninn to gather knowledge from the entire world, and remember.


Slitha
Transformation and Renewal

Snakes shed their skin when they have outgrown it. Wear Serpent when you need to slough off the old, outworn modes of being, and display a brand new, revitalized you.

Note: This item is also available in amber-colored buffalo horn. Choose from the dropdown list at the op of the page.


Talis
A Bud in the Garden of Paradise


Ula

Ula’s smiling swirls represent the evolving cycles of life. These swirls map growth, change, new perspective on old issues, and seasons of the year.


Vesper
Death and Rebirth

Bat is reborn each night out of deep caves, and thus symbolizes the initiatory process of symbolic death to the old way of life, and rebirth to the new.

Warlock
Ancestral Wisdom and Magic

The skull is a symbol of the ancestors in many cultures. It provides spiritual protection and wisdom from deep cultural memory.


Wyre
Supernatural Dream Messenger

Wyre symbolizes ethereal communication. Wyre brings messages from the subconscious through dreams and daydreams.

Note: This item is also available in amber-colored buffalo horn. Choose from the dropdown list at the op of the page.


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