stools have a spiritual significance as well as a purely practical use. The stool was understood to be seat of its owner's soul. When not in use it was therefore placed at a slant against wall so that non of the souls passing by could settle on it. The Asante (Ghanaian tribe) say that there are no secrets between a man and his stool. Such stools were each carved out of a single piece of light wood. If a king died a natural death during his own reign, one of his stools was blackened and would, in future, be regarded as an ancestral seat. Sacrifice would then be made to it.
The stool indicate status, power and succession, more over Ashanti stools are graceful reminders of spiritual significance in African traditions.
It is handmade in Ghana and make a unique statement.
Materials: fine wood
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