Tonka Stool with High Patina, Zimbabwe No. 3

by RW Found

Impressively hand carved from a single piece of wood by the Tonga people, a Bantu ethnic group. These stools represent monumental forms and come in a variety of styles. Embellished with geometric supports and bases they were originally intended to honor seniority within the group.

Style: Tribal

Period: 20th Century

Materials and Techniques: Hand-Carved Wood

Place of Origin: Zimbabwe

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Tonka Stool with High Patina, Zimbabwe No. 3

by RW Found

Impressively hand carved from a single piece of wood by the Tonga people, a Bantu ethnic group. These stools represent monumental forms and come in a variety of styles. Embellished with geometric supports and bases they were originally intended to honor seniority within the group.

Style: Tribal

Period: 20th Century

Materials and Techniques: Hand-Carved Wood

Place of Origin: Zimbabwe

Need more information? Shop virtually from the comfort of your own home with our Design Specialists today. RW Guild is Virtually Yours, click here to schedule your session today.

Tonka Stool with High Patina, Zimbabwe No. 3

800 USD

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