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    Default Buffalo Horn jewellery

    Hi was just wondering if anyone could help me out a bit. I was looking in the shop for some new plug 4 my ear and i want the buffalo horn ones but it dosent say anywhere on the site if the buffalo was killed 4 the horn to make the jewellery or if it was killed 4 the meat and the horn was then taken afterwards.

    If any1 could help that would be great Tar

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    its says ath the top in the description

    'All buffalo body jewelllery is hand carved from water buffalo horn.
    No animal life is taken to aquire this material and no suffering is involved in the acquisition of these by-products.
    Buffalo horn should not be exposed to any extreme temperature.
    Do not autoclave or heat sterilise any of these products.
    Buffalo horn body jewellery should not be worn in new or unhealed body piercings.'
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    Damn totaly didnt see that :oops: .

    Cheers 4 tell me

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