Hand-carved from a single piece of wood, these beautiful stools are made by the BaTonga people of Zimbabwe. Traditionally, they are used as a portable seat by elders and nobles (hence, that built-in handle).
Use in your home as a side table or to hold a small potted plant or candle. It is a versatile piece of art showcasing African craftsmanship.
This particular stool is 40 to 50 years old, completely one-of-a-kind and the wood has become buttery soft with age.
Wipe clean with a soft, damp cloth.