Mpatapo Adinkra symbol meaning "knot of pacification or reconciliation." Its significance is that of binding together parties in a dispute to a peaceful, harmonious reconciliation. It is believed that a person sitting upon this stool will be brought to peace after strife. Exquisitely carved of durable tweneboa wood,this hand made stool is reflective of the magnificent artistic creativity of the region.
Hand crated in Ghana, the beauty of this piece reveals the love of tradition and cultural belief. According to custom belief, stools such as these are said to hold power. Therefore, not only would it serve as a functional piece of furniture, but a beautiful and artistic conversation piece.
Model #ASGN 6 Material: Mahogany Size/Dimensions: 24"L x 13"W x 22"H. Sitting height is 20" Color: Red/ Natural **Government authorized and approved wood. Not made from endangered trees.