• Horn Village Hanoi Vietnam

    South of Ha Thái, the villagers of Thuy Úng have been making horn objects for more than four centuries. Now that buffalo are rare in Vietnam, the horn is imported from Laos and Cambodia before it is dried, flattened and shaped into combs, spoons and bowls by the local artisans.

Photography by Ehrin Macksey

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