by Kuveza Gallery
Colour: Light Brown
Dimensions (in cm): 45(h) x 50(w)
Weight (in kg): 15
Description: These stools originate from the Bamileke region of Cameroon. Originally, they were traditionally used by the Bamileke tribe for cultural ceremonies and festivals.
Kuveza is a word derived from the Shona language meaning to carve, sculpt or carpentry. The Shona are a people whose ancestors built great stone cities in Southern Africa over a thousand years ago. The stones used most frequently belong to the geological family Serpentinite. We offer unique pieces of art that are distinctively made with stones by some of the best stone carvers in the world.FIND OUT MORE →