The unusual feature of this stool is the form of its four supporting legs. Each leg has been carved with an animal 'foot' with a pair of oddly shaped protrusions.
At the centre of the underside of the stool is a small fertility-shaped 'nipple', this is a feature often found in East African prestige stools. The stool has a lovely worn patina.
Ex Private Collection, UK
Estimated Period: Mid-20th Century (1950s)
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