Native American Cedar Boxes

These beautiful wooden boxes have been a family tradition for the last 4 generations. They are built and created by Charlie and Jessie Mato-Toyela, members of the Cherokee Aniyunwiya tribe. The boxes are used traditionally by many Indians of North America to preserve feathers and other personal effects used in ceremonies. These come in varying/custom sizes and can be ordered with or without traditional/custom designs. Additional customization can include: different woods, linings, hardware, sizes, shapes, designs, or you name it!

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