United Horned Hair Sheep Association, Inc.
|THIS website is copyright May 2009 by United Horned Hair Sheep Association, Inc.
Active Members of UHHSA are permitted to use information on their website to help in
ethical and honest promotion and education about the breeds represented. However,
a link to this website should be provided.
Pictures are copyrighted by owners of the sheep pictured and permission will need to
be sought from the owners to use the pictures.
|HORNS of these sheep have an inner core.
This picture shows the inner core and the
outer horn. The inner core will usually not be
all the way to the tip of the horn.
As ram's age, blood vessels and sinus
cavities are growing up into the horn as the
horns are growing from the base out.
|Buttons made from Horns
Rafter SB, Ohio
Rafter SB, Ohio
These were just soaked in clorox water
and then dried off.
LOOK AT THAT COLOR & SHINE!!!
To the right are cross-sections toward
the tip of the horns which is solid. Note
the beautiful colors revealed! Sterling
Silver Jewelry Findings top off this pair
Below are dual purpose hair fasteners or
some people wear them as bracelets.
No color has been added.
Polishing is done by hand with bees wax.
Rafter SB, New Lebanon , OH
If you have made items from your
sheep's horns, please send pictures and
details for possible inclusion on this page!
|Full Shoulder Mount. GJD Rhogan.
Cheyenne Farm, Texas
Click on picture to the LEFT to learn how to
measure and score YOUR ram!
Horns can be used to make decorations, cane handles, musical
instrumets, jewelry and buttons. Gunpowder horns and
drinking horns can also be made.
Eurpean Mounts and Full Shoulder Mounts are also stunning as
eye-catching decoration and as a way to remember a grand ram!
|European Mounts without wood base