A pair of water buffalo horn trophies, on Kalahari square plinth bases with brass mounts.
Crushed eggshell inlay, hand-tooling with gold leaf; hand-painting with fine art techniques, the ancient art of gilding and our Argento technique involving canvas wrapping, gilding and painting are just a few of the techniques used to create the authentic finishes on our furnishings. Using traditional tools and techniques handed down through the ages imbue each piece with an air of authenticity and individuality.
A light dusting with a soft brush is all that is needed to clean bone, horn and antler objects. Bone and horn that are in good condition (i.e.
A light dusting with a soft brush is all that is needed to clean bone, horn and antler objects. Bone and horn that are in good condition (i.e. with a smooth, glossy surface) and have no applied decoration can be cleaned with a little water and a soft, clean cloth. Dry the object immediately with another cloth.
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