Spirit Box - Thunderbird by Thomas McPhee
Spirit Boxes were used during traditional potlatch ceremonies when plentiful food was being distributed. You would either bring your own food in it or you would be gifted one to store leftovers after the potlatch was over.
By giving somebody a Spirit Box you can show your appreciation or love by providing that special someone with a unique symbolic container to store the good things in life. Their clean and polished look makes them a great addition to any shelf or work desk.
The beauty and lightness of Thom McPhee's Spirit Boxes make them eye-catching and yet affordable starter or supplement pieces for your personal Northwest Coast art collection.
Thunderbird is a mythical bird of the Nortwest Coast cultures that lives on the top of a mountain and represents power and nobility.
Dimensions: 5 x 3 x 4.5" / 13 x 8 x 11 cm
Weight: 1 lb / 0.46 kg
Material: recycled marble and crushed glass resin
Made and designed in British Columbia by Panabo.