A traditional piece of African furniture, an Akan Stool used by the Mother Queen is recreated in solid Teakwood and sturdy Iroko wood, is functional and fits in both contemporary design as well as traditional decor. Its design details and unconventional form makes it stand as an accent piece in any living room or a foyer.
|Local Name (Material)
||Top - Teak; Base- Iroko
|Scientific Name (Material)
||Top- Tectona grandis; Base-Milicia excelsa
1. Authentic traditional and cultural global products;
2. 100% hand crafted;
3. All logs are dried naturally and may have cracking, checking, beetle excavations as well as other natural characteristics. Most of the woods used have beautiful grain, rustic knots and unique color variation.
4. Due to natural wood used and handmade products, no two products are alike. Every product is exclusive.
5. Made in Africa.