Black hair sticks with three and five prongs

Beautify, sculpt, and adorn your long hair with Spellstone hand carved hair sticks designed by Alex Morgan.  These are hand carved in Viet Nam of domestic water buffalo horn, some with abalone inlay. The hair sticks are about 7" ( 16 cm) long depending on 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.  Every one has a blessing implicit in the design.  Spellstone hair sticks are designed and crafted exclusively for!

Pale Hair Ornaments

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Water Buffal from Viet Nam

About 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.
Symbol of Mystery and Emotion

Octopus can change its shape to fit through the smallest opening.  It lives in the deep watery realm of emotion, and brings dexterity and the ability to adapt.  Octopus will help you see your way through murky emotional situations.


Octiva (the octopus) black horn hair ornament = $25.99  #7141

the Lady of the Rivers

Oshun is the spirit who rules love, maternity and marriage.  Bind your hair with this symbol of Oshun to celebrate the grace, beauty, and benevolence of the creative force of the world.

Black Oshun

Oshun: black horn hair ornament  = $25.99  #7153

Goddess of Abundance and Wealth

Lakshmi helps you move to an awareness of the richness that surrounds you.

Black Lakshmi

 Lakshmi: black horn hair ornament  = $25.99  #7151


Lakshmi: amber horn hair ornament = $25.99  #7152

A Blossom 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 blossom symbolizes the potential for new growth, new wonders, new knowledge.

Pale Arabesque

Arabesque  pale horn hair ornament = $25.99  #7124


Arabesque black horn hair ornament = $25.99  #7123

Welsh mythological figure

Goewin brings assistance when it’s needed, and helps transform negative experiences into positive outcomes.

Pale Goewin

Goewin pale horn hair ornament = $25.99   #7128


Goewin black horn hair ornament with abalone inlay =  $25.99  #7127

Lotus Flower: 
Purity and Enlightenment

Lotus is rooted in mud, and rises through murky water to blossom in the sun, releasing perfume into the air.  Thus it symbolizes the journey to realization of your natural enlightened state, beyond illusions of limitation and separateness.

Pale Lotus Flower

Lotus Flower  pale horn hair ornament = $25.99  #7136

Lotus Flower

Lotus Flower black horn hair ornament = $25.99  #7135

Bellona: Warrior Goddess

She embodies military virtues - loyalty, valor, discipline – and the strength to fight whatever battles come your way.

Pale Bellona

Bellona  pale horn hair ornament = $25.99  #7126


Bellona black horn hair ornament = $25.99  #7125

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These ornaments are Spellstone designs
 by Alex Morgan exclusively for
In the Odyssey, polished horn is symbolic: true dreams and visions pass through gates of polished horn  (book 19, lines 560-569) 
Ξειν’, ἦ τοι μὲν ὄνειροι ἀμήχανοι ἀκριτόμυθοι
γίγνοντ’, οὐδέ τι πάντα τελείεται ἀνθρώποισι.
δοιαὶ γάρ τε πύλαι ἀμενηνῶν εἰσὶν ὀνείρων
αἱ μὲν γὰρ κεράεσσι τετεύχαται, αἱ δ' ἐλέφαντι,
τῶν οἳ μέν κ’ ἔλθωσι διὰ πριστοῦ ἐλέφαντος,
οἵ ῥ’ ἐλεφαίρονται, ἔπε’ ἀκράαντα φέροντες
οἱ δὲ διὰ ξεστῶν κεράων ἔλθωσι θύραζε,
οἵ ῥ’ ἔτυμα κραίνουσι, βροτῶν ὅτε κέν τις ἴδηται.
ἀλλ’ ἐμοὶ οὐκ ἐντεῦθεν ὀΐομαι αἰνὸν ὄνειρον
Stranger, dreams verily are baffling and unclear of meaning, and in no wise do they find fulfilment in all things for men. For two are the gates of shadowy dreams, and one is fashioned of horn and one of ivory. Those dreams that pass through the gate of sawn ivory deceive men, bringing words that find no fulfilment. But those that come forth through the gate of polished horn bring true issues to pass, when any mortal sees them ...