Ahuli Drum Table


The music of the Cherokee Indians has been influenced by many other cultures and includes a wide variety of instruments. Flutes, drums, and rattles are some of the most ancient. As music in America has evolved, so has Cherokee music. Over time Cherokee musical compositions came to include the fiddle, percussion, guitar, mandolin, and more. Cherokee musicians play everything from traditional Native American music to bluegrass and rock and roll. In Native American history, music is considered sacred and is used for healing and building community connections. Tribes often have musical traditions that have been passed down for generations. The Cherokee people used drums made from logs and clay pots, rattles made from gourds or turtle shells, and flutes made from the bones of deer or tree branches. These instruments allowed the tribe to produce music for ceremonies, where men would sing and women would dance to the music the tribe created.  Our circular form pays homage to the important value the drum instrument played amongst many Native American tribes.




Brass wrapped round table on brass wrapped base.
5 Sizes:
Dimensions: 36″ DIA x 18.25″ H
Item: AM-AT-36

Dimensions: 30″ DIA x 16.25″ H
Item: AM-AT-30

Dimensions: 16″ DIA x 20.25″ H
Item: AM-AT-16

Dimensions: 15″ DIA x 15.25″ H
Item: AM-AT-15

Dimensions: 12″ DIA x 17.25″ H
Item: AM-AT-12

Metal finish options:
Satin Brass, Antique Brass, Aged Bronze, Light Bronze, Medium Bronze, Oil-Rubbed Bronze, Polished