A-ma Ceramic Salt Jar – Sky Blue
A-ma Ceramic Salt Jar – Sky Blue

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A-ma, pronounced Ah-mah, is the Cherokee word for salt. Keep the most important ingredient in the kitchen close at hand in one of these stylish ceramic jars labeled A-ma, salt in Cherokee. Each jar comes with a wooden teaspoon.

  • Dimensions: 4 inches high x 3 inches in diameter.
  • Hold 8 ounces, or one cup, of your favorite cooking salt.
  • Wooden teaspoon included
  • Features a silicone seal to maintain freshness
  • Material: ceramic, hand applied acrylic graphic
  • Gentle hand wash only recommended.
Rated 5.00 out of 5
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Ama Ceramic Salt Jar – Persimmon
Ama Ceramic Salt Jar – Persimmon

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A-ma, pronounced Ah-mah, is the Cherokee word for salt. Keep the most important ingredient in the kitchen close at hand in one of these stylish ceramic jars labeled A-ma in the Cherokee syllabary. Each jar comes with a wooden teaspoon.

  • Dimensions: 4 inches high x 3 inches in diameter
  • Holds 8 oz of your favorite salt
  • Wooden teaspoon included
  • Lid features a silicon ring seal
  • Material: Ceramic, acrylic graphic
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Ama Salt Cellar
Ama Salt Cellar

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A-ma, pronounced Ah-mah, is the Cherokee word for salt. Interestingly, it is also the Cherokee word for water. This speaks to the importance of these two vital necessities for life. The importance of salt is evident in Cherokee history and mythology. Due to the importance of salt, it was often stored in pottery jars and wooden bowls in the home. This handmade salt cellar represents a continuation of that tradition. Each cellar is made of high-fired glazed ceramic for durability and beauty.  Included is a small wooden spoon that measures about 1/4 teaspoon, just enough for when a recipe calls for a “pinch of salt.”

  • Dimensions: 3 inches high x 2 inches in diameter.
  • Hold 6 ounces, or three-fourths cup of salt.
  • Wooden spoon included
  • Material: ceramic, glazed
  • Dishwasher safe
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Ceramic Seven Clans Mug
Ceramic Mug – Seven Clans

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Since ancient times the Cherokee People have divided themselves into clans. The seven symbols on this mug are stylized representations of the seven clans of the Cherokee people. They are: wild potato, blue, deer, twisted or long hair, wolf, bird and red paint.

  • Dimension: 4 inches x 3.75 inches wide
  • Holds 16 oz
  • Cherokee designed graphic
  • Material: Ceramic
Rated 5.00 out of 5
$15.00 Add to cart
Stoneware Corn Salt and Pepper Shaker Set
Corn Salt and Pepper Shaker Set

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This Corn Salt and Pepper Shaker Set is both functional and just plain fun. Ideal for picnics, barbecues, and down-on-the-farm dining (even if your farm is an apartment in the city), these whimsical corn-shaped salt and pepper shakers will make you smile. Crafted of durable glazed stoneware with the realistic look and color of juicy kernels on the cob. Silicone stoppers make refilling easy.

Learn more about corn and its importance to the Cherokee people, read about Selu, the first woman and Corn Mother.

  • Dimensions: 3 inches high x 1.5 inches in diameter
  • Durable Stoneware
  • Silicone stoppers for easy filling.
  • Dishwasher safe
  • Material: Glazed stoneware
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Ceramic Mug Cherokee I Love You Red
I Love You Mug- Red

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Nothing says “I Love You” like ‘Guh-geh-yoo-ee”. It is printed here boldly and beautifully in the Cherokee syllabary in white on a generously portioned, deep red bistro mug.

  • Dimensions: 4 inches x 3.75 inches wide
  • Holds 16 oz
  • Cherokee designed graphic
  • Material: Ceramic
Rated 4.75 out of 5
$15.00 Add to cart
Crow Tea Light Holder
Silver Kaga Crow Tealight Holder

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Ka-ga the crow, here crafted of polished aluminum, has played an important role in Cherokee mythology and spirituality. He is seen as somewhat of a trickster, smart, cunning and resourceful. This tea light holder, made of powder-coated polished aluminum, is a visual representation honoring that tradition. Each little bird is a utilitarian work of art. Holds one standard sized tea light (sold separately).

  • Dimensions: 5.25 inches long x 2.25 inches wide x 4.25 inches high.
  • Material: Iron with a matte black finish
  • Hand wash only
  • Tea light candle sold separately
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Walnut Bird Salt Cellar
Walnut Bird Salt Cellar

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A-ma, pronounced Ah-mah, is the Cherokee word for salt. Interestingly, it is also the Cherokee word for water. This speaks to the importance of these two vital necessities for life. Due to the importance of salt, it was often stored in pottery jars and wooden bowls in the home. This handmade salt cellar, carved from walnut wood, represents a continuation of that tradition. Each cellar is painstakingly carved from walnut wood, renowned for its beauty and durability. Each one is unique and its own work of art. Besides salt, it can be used to hold spices or even can be taken to the office to hold paperclips or pushpins.

  • Dimensions: 6 inches long x 2.25 inches wide.
  • Hold 4 ounces, or one-half cup of salt.
  • Material: solid carved walnut
  • Hand wash only
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