- Bottom to Top: 41”
- Floor to Arm: 23”
- Seat Depth: 21”
- Side to Side Width: 25.5”
- Front to Back: 23.5”
Details: Hand-beaded with thousands of tiny beads
Sourced from Africa
The seat is the most important piece of furniture in Africa, usually taking the form of a stool or a chair. These hand-beaded Yoruba chairs from Nigeria take roughly three months to make by a single artisan. Used traditionally by the kings and queens of the Yoruba tribe in West Africa, each chair is beautifully unique and a piece of regal history in your living space.
HON Styling Tip: Style this one-of-a-kind piece in your living room, hallway or an alcove you're not sure what to do with!
*Local In-Store Pick-up ONLY
We recommend this seat be styled for display online -- not for daily use. All products are handmade and vary slightly in size, color, and design. Please note that the product you receive may not look exactly like the one pictured.