totem stacking cups
Representing a modern interpretation of an of early Native American
tradition, this attractive series of stacking cups observes the First
Nation's custom of pole carving. A totem is an object, usually an
animal, which serves as an emblem for a family or clan and embodies a
sacred relationship between nature and humanity.
Totem poles are monumental sculptures of the Native tribes of the Pacific Northwest. This set includes four white ceramic cups, each with a different design by Rob Southcott.
Each cup holds 8-ounce. When stacked, the cups are 9-inch tall by 3-inch in diameter.