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Horsehair Tassel Keyring

Beautiful hand braided natural horsehair keyring.
If you love horses, you can't go wrong with these.
Even the person who handles your keys should know about your western spirit.
They also make great gifts for the avid equestrian in your life. They're the perfect way to show some love.

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Horsehair Tassel Keyring

Horsehair Tassel KeyRing

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Horse Hair

Horsehair is the long, coarse hair growing on the manes and tails of horses. Horsehair can be very stiff or very fine and flexible. Mane hair is generally softer and shorter than tail hair. The texture of horsehair can be influenced by the breed and management of the horse, including natural conditions such as diet or climate.

Horse Hair Tassel

The tassel (plural tassels) is a ball-shaped bunch of plaited hairs from which at one end protrudes a cord on which the tassel is hung, and which may have loose, dangling hairs at the other end. Tassels are often used as decoration on hat bands, key rings and zipper pulls. Every tassel includes a horse hair knot. Knots cover areas where items are sewn or glued. They are decorative as well as functional. The knot, sometimes called a button, also stops the braid from unraveling, similar to a rubber band on a French braid.


A keyring or "split ring" is a ring that holds keys and other small items which are sometimes connected to keychains. A key fob is a generally decorative and at times useful item many people often carry with their keys on a ring or a chain for ease of tactile identification, to provide a better grip, or to make a personal statement.

So technically, this is a horse hair fob on a keyring.

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Hand Braided Horsehair Keychain with Tassel

Horsehair Keychain with Tassel

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Horse Hair Braiding

Most horse hair braiders use a square or box braiding technique to create the strands. The strands are about 1/8" square and then can be sewn together side-by-side to make a wide surface for any project. For example, a seven-strand hat band will be 7/8"wide.

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Horsehair Tassel Key Ring with Bead

Horsehair Tassel Key Ring with Bead

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Etched Beads

Etching, or Scrimshaw is scrollwork, engravings, and carvings done in bone or pewter. Scrimshaw is a fairly simple process. It can be done with a variety of sharp, pointed tools and colors and almost any smooth, relatively hard material can be used.

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French Braid Horsehair Key Ring with Beads

French Braid Horsehair Key Ring with Beads

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Beads are known to be one of the earliest forms of trade between the human race. It is thought that is because of bead trading that humans developed language. Beads are said to have been used and traded for most of our history. The oldest beads found to date were at Ksar Akil, in Lebanon. Prior to this find, the beads found in the Blombos Cave were the oldest, at about 72,000 years. Round is the most common shape of beads. The shape of the round beads lay together and is pleasing to the eye. Round beads can be made of glass, stone, ceramic, metal or wood.

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