Tumbler - Salmon by Trevor Angus
These insulated tumblers come with a removable tea strainer and offer a shape that complements Pacific Northwest Coast design. With double walled stainless steel, these tumblers keep beverages hot for up to six hours, or cold for twelve hours.
Salmon is often viewed as a symbol of fertility and immortality As a renewable food source the Salish people guard and respect the Salmon and its habitat. Ceremonies are held each year to celebrate the return of the Salmon to their traditional spawning grounds. They are often carved or rendered in pairs as a symbol of good luck.
Learn more about Gitxsan artist Trevor Angus.
Designed on the lands now known as Beautiful British Columbia, Canada by Native Northwest.
5 % of sales of products with Indigenous designs goes to IRSSS (Indian Residential School Survivors Society).
Volume: 17 oz / 500 ml
Dimensions: 5" x 3.75" x 3.75" / 13 x 9.5 x 9 cm
Weight: 0.3 lb / 0.13 kg
Material: high-quality 304 food grade stainless steel
Care: hand wash only with cold water