Aquelusdi Table

Ribbon

Many Indigenous tribes utilize ribbon work in their designs, often for powwow regalia or pieces made for special occasions. Ribbons are sewn onto skirts, dresses, and shirts, and each color of the ribbons has a special significance to the wearer and are a visual symbol of Native pride. They can be subtle or showy, but ribbon shirts almost always have a hint of personal expression and tribal tradition.

Technical Information

15.9” Diam x Height: 23.8”
Item Number: AC-AT-15

Wood Finish Options:  American Walnut, Oiled Walnut, Oak, Mahogany, Paldao – refer to wood chart

Accent inlay: Wood inlay or metal

Top: Mirrored or marble

MADE to Order
*Available in custom sizes