Kuksa is a wooden
cup made of birch burl. Traditionally the Sámi people did not carve
any holes to the handle. Instead, it was shaped as a "rod" so
that it was easier to use in the cold weathers with your gloves on.
Kuksa is a great
example of perfect design developed during the time. Shape and
material keep the drink warm and cup does not transfer the warmth
away and therefore does not burn your lips or hands either.
These cups are made
for use and with proper care it will last from one lifetime to the
next generation. It is a ecological choice for plastic cups, it is
made from renewable material and there is no need for any washing
agent to keep it clean.
Size: 15cm x 8,5cm x
burl, reindeer leather lace, reindeer antler button
Cup can be carved
with name. Please mention the text you wish to be carved to the cup
in the additional info box during the order confirmation.