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Hathorway Buffalo Horn Crescent Ring in Dark


Meet Hathorway’s “Mat Trang” buffalo horn crescent rings. “Mat Trang” means “moon” in Vietnamese, which in many cultures is the symbol of the spiritual aspects of femininity, such as intuition, psychic abilities, creativity and wisdom. And that’s the power of being a women. Hathorway honors the 400-year old Vietnamese tradition of using buffalo horn in craftmanship but their jewellery comes with a contemporary twist. Modern and minimalist designs make a subtle statement, like this ring featuring a small crescent-shaped piece made of ethically-sourced buffalo horns on a 16K gold-plated brass ring with a bar brass end. This ring is designed to be adjustable to fit any finger size.



  • Hathorway only uses ethically-sourced Vietnamese buffalo horn from deadstock and the food industry
  • Jewellery is designed and assembled in San Francisco, USA
  • Uses 16k gold-plated brass from Seoul, South Korea


  • This ring has an adjustable diameter; the buffalo horn measures 0.7 cm x 1.4 cm
  • Each piece of jewellery comes with a story card and canvas pouch
  • Hathorway jewellery is handmade with natural materials therefore all of their pieces will have some variations in size, colour and pattern from item to item


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about the brand


Hathorway designer Jessica Phan, whose family  originates from Vietnam, regularly travels to the country of her ancestors to gather ethically-sourced Vietnamese buffalo horn discarded from deadstock or the food industry to use in her minimalist jewellery designs. No part of the buffalo is wasted – in fact, any excess horn shavings are used as soil fertilizer for the rice fields in Vietnam, providing rice crops to feed people and other buffaloes in Vietnam.  

As featured in Vogue and Vanity Fair, Hathorway donates a portion of their profits to organizations and initiatives that empowers women and children.