This beautiful stool was hand-carved from a single block of wood by the Hehe people of southwestern Tanzania. The design of the unique three-legged stool is a testament to skillful, hand-carved craftsmanship. Strong and durable wood shows signs of aging and use over time, adding a rustic authenticity to this distinctive piece.
The Hehe pastoralist people lived in isolation on a highland in southwestern Tanzania, northeast of Lake Nyasa. These unique three legged stools were used for sitting on while milking the cattle. From every day use, you'll see cracks and scrapes which adds character.