Wooden carved stools made by the Tonga people of Zambezi Valley, north-western Zimbabwe. Each stool is made from a solid piece of wood. They generally have a circular concave seat supported by four splayed legs. only the head of the home can use the Tonga stool. Women are strictly prohibited.


  • Title: Tonga stool
  • Location Created: Zimbabwe
  • Original Source: Phansi Museum
  • Colour: Natural, Burnt, Brown, Black
  • Clan: Nkai

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