Canoe Cup Small
This Small Canoe Cup looks like historically attested cups. The crafter scraped out the interior and sanded it so it is smooth. It has a flat bottom so it stands on its own. This cup will make a perfect drinking vessel for a Living History re-enactor. It comes with a hole in the handle for a carrying strap or hanging hook.
Native Americans and Voyageurs used cups like these as convenient drinking vessels. With the hole in the handle, a string or piece of leather lacing allowed them to attach a cup to their belts. They carved these cups from the burls of trees, which had a rounded shape.
One of a Kind!
This Cup measures approx. 4.75″ long. It stands 1.5″ high. The bowl measures approx. 3.5″ x 2.5″.
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