Original Bamileke Stool

Regular price $535.00 AUD
Regular price Sale price $535.00 AUD
Sale
AFR10122

The African Bamileke stool is named after the Bamileke tribe from Cameroon's lowlands. The stool is instantly identifiable as a work of art with its crosshatch engraved sides and construction from a single tree trunk. The stools are emblems of affluence, authority, and customary values among the tribe and today they can be used as a side table, seating or purely as an ornamental piece for indoors or out.

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The pictured piece has the same design as the item you will receive. There may be slight variations from piece to piece.
Care Instructions
Keep your timber product away from direct sunlight, heat sources, and extreme temperatures to prevent warping or cracking. Regularly dust and clean your timber product using a soft cloth. Avoid using harsh chemicals or abrasive materials. Occasionally, apply a protective coating such as wax or oil to feed the timber and protect it from moisture and stains. Follow the manufacturer's instructions for application and reapplication. Do not place hot or wet items directly on the timber surface as it can cause discoloration and damage the finish. Avoid dragging or sliding heavy objects on the timber surface as it can scratch or damage the finish. If your timber product has any scratches or dents, use a touch-up pen, a wax stick or wood filler to repair it. For additional advice, please contact us.
Shipping

Your delivery fee will be calculated at checkout. We aim to despatch all small item orders within 2 business days of purchase. Your parcel will be sent with Couriers Please, and you will receive notification of despatch with a tracking number to your provided email. If your delivery fee seems unusually high, please contact us for more options. For more information, please refer to our shipping policy.

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Why buy from Orient House?

We’re focused on curating an unmatched selection of authentic, handcrafted, antique and vintage wares from across the globe. We work with independent, small-scale, local makers and distributors to bring you pieces that are sustainably made and sourced, often using reclaimed materials. Our supply chain is simple and direct, ensuring we can support communities, artisans and craftsmen abroad whilst bringing the best in unique and traditional techniques and design from faraway places and cultures.