Smudge and Ceremony Tables

Indigenous Traditions have been passed down from elders to young people for millenia. Smudging is traditionally a ceremony for purifying or cleansing the soul of negative thoughts of a person or place. Performing a smudge prior to a gathering, meeting, or occupying a new space helps to begin the activity in a positive, open mind and spirit.

Our line of Smudge and Ceremony Tables offer the beauty of natural live edge wood with our signature epoxy river and uniquely engraved copper or brass bowl inlaid on the table surface.

Check back often to view new ceremony tables as they become available. We are happy to custom create a beautiful ceremony table for your tribal band, group, or organization.

River of Tears

This smudge ceremony table was inspired by the 215 unmarked graves of children discovered near the residential school at Tk'emlups te Secwepemc First Nation. It is located along the Thompson River in Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada.

Features of this table include an epoxy river containing sweetgrass, sage, cedar, and tobacco which flows into a delta of pools and streams that offer touches of luminessence when darkness arrives. The hand-cut and engraved copper bowl is accented by eagle feather details and provides the perfect vessel for containing smudging materials. The table itself is solid Broadleaf Maple with complimenting Broadleaf Maple slab legs.