Translucent flow glaze brings out the detailed patterns in this covetable set of tasting cups. In shades of soft mauve, coral, turquoise, and sage, each of the designs are based on traditional patterns found in Pacific Northwest Native American art. This set was designed as part of our 2021 "Decolonizing Partnerships" collaboration with Starbucks.
Louie Gong (Nooksack)—Coast Salish features geometric shapes found on Coast Salish weavings.
Gail White Eagle (Muckleshoot & Chehalis)—New Light depicts spring growth.
Andrea Wilbur Sigo (Squaxin Island)—Gill Net shares both the fish net and star designs that are found on traditional Skokomish weavings.
Jaime Martin and McKenna Dorman (Snoqualmie)—Basket Weave incorporates patterns traditional to Snoqualmie basket weavings.
This set of four is perfect as-is, or could be split up as small individual gifts. Not a coffee lover? The smaller size means these cups are perfect as bud vases, toothpick holders, jewelry dishes, and more! Comes packaged in a giftable black box with the Eighth Generation logo.
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