A Verin Tradition
A Creative TraditionHorn Cuffing, cuffing, is the Verin tradition of shaping and decorating their horns. Cuffing is named for the primary component of the tradition, horn cuffs, but also includes a variety of other tools such as: engravings, filigree, jewel encrusting, wire wraps, cloth hangings, jewelry, and closed cuffs to stunt the growth of horns. This list is not exhaustive, Verin groups all over Ethnis constantly find new ways to decorate their horns.
A Malleable MediumVerin horns grow from the tip outwards and slowly get thicker over time. Though their horns do not naturally bisect, if a constant, light pressure is put onto the soft tip of a prong it will eventually bisect into two prongs and continue growing as such. This is the basis of the art of cuffing.
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