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Prestige Stool Date: century Geography: Cameroon, North Cameroon, Donga River Culture: Mambila peoples, Bang group Medium: Wood, pigment Dimensions: H.

Africa | Kuba people, DR of Congo | Lidded Vessel | Wood | 19th-20th Century

Celebrating our African historical personalities,discoveries, achievements and eras as proud people with rich culture, traditions and enlightenment spanning many years.

Stool    Nupe    The Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Oval Stool with Incised Carving Africa, Northern Nigeria, Nupe peoples Furnishings; Furniture Wood Height: 16 in.

Zimbabwean Stool. Found in Zimbabwe, 2014. From the Collection of Christopher Burns.

Found in Zimbabwe, From the Collection of Christopher Burns.

Africa | Stool from the Ashanti people of Ghana | Wood | The symbolic message carved into the pedestal of the stool represents the owner's prestige and authority in the community. There are stools for every status: common ones for the ordinary man or woman, the more elaborate for the king (decorated in gold) or Queen's mother (decorated in silver).

Africa | Stool from the Ashanti people of Ghana | Wood | The symbolic message carved into the pedestal of the stool represents the owner's prestige and authority in the community. There are stools for every status: common ones for the ordinary man or woman, the more elaborate for the king (decorated in gold) or Queen's mother (decorated in silver).

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