The kuksa (in english apparently guksi) is a traditional drinking cup from northern Finland and Scandinavia. It is traditionally made out of birch wood, but today the plastic version is more commonly used. The Sami crafted these by hand out of birch burl, and everyone had his own. It is said that a well made kuksa would last a lifetime. Kuksas are also used as decoration, and are a popular gift and souvenir.
This kuksa has thicker walls than my other one, and is easier to print at a small scale. Thus, it can be used as a necklace, keychain or when printed at a really small scale, a pair of earrings. As with the larger kuksa, I suggest using wood filament if possible. Because of the thicker walls, the kuksa can still easily be printed with a 0.5 mm nozzle.