The ‘Sénoufo’ stool is rooted in Ghanaian woodcarving tradition and the Sénoufo tribes of Mali and the Ivory Coast. It is said to be a seat for the soul.
This one is crafted from a single piece of dark weathered hardwood, into a crescent-shaped seat. Pretty impressive considering the density of the wood involved. Its simple form and versatile size lend itself to both functional and decorative uses, with the depth of grain and surface cracks adding charm.
H14 W33 D26 cm