This African Lobi stool was created by the Lobi People of Ghana. It was carved from single blocks of wood, and has a wonderfully simple form. It has aged beautifully by use and exposure, and will bring history and authenticity into your space The Lobi belong to an ethnic group that originated in what is today Ghana. Starting around 1770, many Lobi peoples migrated into southern Burkina Faso and later into Côte d'Ivoire. The group consists of around 180,000 people. Lobiri is the name of the language spoken by the Lobi People. Each stool is hand carved and is often rather asymmetrical in its form contributing to each ones uniqueness. This stool has a very thick top of 3 inches and is heavy because of the thickness of the wood and is special.
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