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Beautiful Miniature Dogon Stool
Beautiful Miniature Dogon Stool
Beautiful Miniature Dogon Stool
Beautiful Miniature Dogon Stool
Beautiful Miniature Dogon Stool
Beautiful Miniature Dogon Stool
Beautiful Miniature Dogon Stool
Beautiful Miniature Dogon Stool
Beautiful Miniature Dogon Stool
Beautiful Miniature Dogon Stool
Beautiful Miniature Dogon Stool
Beautiful Miniature Dogon Stool

Beautiful Miniature Dogon Stool 9″ | Mali | African Art

$250.00 $100.00

This one-of-a-kind Asante Stool (or Ashanti) from Ghana was hand carved from one piece of wood, it is 13″ tall.

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This stool has seen a lot of days.  The Dogon People carve stools with the round disks at the top and bottom and it is said that they represent heaven and earth.  This stool is 9″ tall by 8″ wide and weighs 3 pounds.

Type of Object

Furniture, Stool

Country of Origin

Mali

Ethnicity

Dogon

Material

Wood, Pigment

Approximate Age

Unknown

Height (Inches)

9”

Width (Inches)

8”

Depth

8"

Weight (Pounds)

3lbs

Overall Condition

Possible minor imperfections and wear & tear, including but not limited to scuffing, cracking and minimal chipping. Possible previous repairs. See photos or inquire for more details.

Tribe Information

About the Dogon People

The Dogon have become popularized for their ancient tales on human origins and extraterrestrial contact. According to legend, a race of beings called Nommo, came from the star system Sirius, thousands of years ago. The beings are said to have come to Earth and provided humans with knowledge.  They gave the Dogon information about their solar system as well as our own. These same creatures also appear in Babylonian and Sumerian myths.

Oddly, the Dogon did have knowledge for centuries that were, until Galileo and his telescope, unknown to the Western world. They identified Jupiter’s moons and Saturn’s rings and knew that the Sun was the center of our solar system. They have stories about the big bang and other astronomical events. They had awareness about an invisible companion star orbiting Sirius that was unidentified until 1970. It baffles scientists to this day that an ancient race had knowledge of solar systems that cannot be seen without the help of high-powered telescopes.

Read more about the Dogon here.

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