Ashanti stools are hand carved from a single block of wood. They have always been an intricate part of Ghanaian culture.
Stools indicate status, power and succession of chiefs and kings. Carved from single blocks,
The Adinkra symbol carved on both sides of the stool literally means” Two Headed Crocociles which struggles for food that goes into the same stomach”.
It is a symbol of unity in diversity, democracy,or the oneness of the human family despite cultural differences and diversities.
This stool is carved from Sese or cedar wood. This stool measures 21 “long, 10” wide, 14” high.
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