Traditional Tonga stools were used only by men, as the women were not allowed to sit on the stools. During community trials, men would carry their stool to a chiefís court for sitting. Now, these utilitarian objects are not just viewed as traditional or collectable pieces of African furniture, but as contemporary, decorative furniture items! With its short height and sturdy structure, these stools force you to sit with your feet firmly on the ground with your knees closer to your chest, allowing your back to straighten and decompress. Take our word for it and try it yourself! The stools are very comfortable!
Dimensions: 8 1/16" height x 7" in width and 5 ¼" in depth.