Traditional Ghana made stool

Mama Zuri Style

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The stool features adinkra symbols . The last pictures shows the andikra symbols that are in this stool

Now as in the past, 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.

H30cm/L 43cm W 24 cm

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 and bronze

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