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The Bamileke Stool is a traditional wooden stool originating from the Bamileke people of Cameroon, a country located in Central Africa. These stools are renowned for their distinctive and intricate craftsmanship, reflecting the rich cultural heritage of the Bamileke community. Typically carved from a single piece of wood, the stools feature intricate geometric patterns, symbols, and often animal motifs.

The Bamileke Stool serves both functional and symbolic purposes in Bamileke culture. Functionally, it serves as a versatile piece of furniture, used for seating or as a small table. Symbolically, these stools often carry cultural significance and are used during important ceremonies and rituals. The intricate carvings on the stools may convey messages, stories, or represent cultural and spiritual themes.

Due to their unique craftsmanship and cultural significance, Bamileke Stools have gained appreciation beyond their traditional context and are sought after as decorative and artistic pieces in the global market. They showcase the skill and artistic expression of the Bamileke people, making them not just functional items but also works of art.

Bamileke Stool (Cameroon)

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  • Height: 19.5

    Length: 17.5

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