A traditional cylindrical tabouret/stool comes from Nigeria/Caeroon belt of West Africa, and is regarded as a highly personal object that is believed to embody one's soul.
African artists most often carve stools from one block of wood. The stools tend to be of two types: a rectangular or square block with a deeply curved seat and a cylindrical form shaped like a spool or reel. The second, cylindrical type appears mostly in Nigeria, Cameroon, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Republic of the Congo and Zambia.
This stool can be the richest piece of history in your contemporary interiors.
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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.