THE ARTISANS OF GAYAZA
From the outskirts of the capital city, this family-run workshop
places an emphasis on community development.
Ankole horn is a rare material native to Uganda. Across the country, cattle graze the fields showing off their impressive horns. Ethically sourced as a food by-product, the horn gets recycled into one of a kind goods.
Wipe clean with a gentle cloth. Overtime, the brass will develop a natural patina. To keep it shiny, use a standard brass polish as needed.
To clean the horn, handwash with lukewarm water and dry immediately. Avoid leaving the horn in direct sunlight or next to a heat source in order to keep it from drying out or changing shape.