Handmade Kikombe Cha Umoja cup
/kee-KOHM-bee chah oo-MOH-jah/
The Unity cup
The Kikombe Cha Umoja cup signifies cup the unity of the family and the seven principles of the African culture. Celebrants drink from this cup in honor of their African ancestors. Before drinking, each person says "harambee," or "let's pull together." This is a perfect addition to your Kwanzaa celebration and can be passed down as a family heirloom. This Kikombe Cha Umoja is hand carved from wood and hand stained. Which makes this cup a truly unique piece. Each Kikombe Cha Umoja generally measures: 5”(H) with a 2.5” diameter.
Kikombe Cha Umoja (The Kwanzaa Unity Cup)
A Kikombe Cha Umoja is traditionally a wood cup. It is one of the foundational symbols of Kwanzaa that represents the unity of the family and the community. After drinking from the cup, the family discusses their hopes for the future, reassess their past, and recognizes great ancestors.
Proverb: No man can outwit the ancestors.
Our Kikombe Cha Umoja cup are handcrafted. Each Kikombe Cha Umoja has been hand carved from wood into a cultural symbol that reflects the unity of the holiday and our history.
Due to the nature of handmade crafts, sizing, colors and design may vary. Our hand carved Kikombe Cha Umoja cup generally measure: 5.0”(H) 2.5” diameter.
For any undamaged product, simply return it with its included accessories and packaging along with the proof of purchase within 15 days of the date you receive the product, and we'll exchange it or offer a refund based upon the original payment method.