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Okou Stool (N° 21540)
This ancient piece of traditional African furniture was collected in the Okou region of northwestern Cameroon, a region mainly populated by two ethnic groups: the nomadic pastoralists 'Fulani' and the semi-Bantu cultivators 'Nso, Oku and Kom'.
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African stools and chairs reflect, by their ornamentation, the social rank of the one who owns it.
Raw piece by excellent, the Okou stools are carved in the mass of a piece of wood, thus monoxyles. This one carries patterns in rhombuses established on a base also carved of a geometrical frieze.
The initiates of the customary societies of the Cameroonian Grasslands chieftaincies each had a distinctive seat of his rank, used daily or on the occasion of ritual ceremonies.
Matte patina, ochre, uneven surface, cracks of age, lacks and abrasions of the wood.
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