Originating from the early mid-20th century. Hehe stool with three ridged legs are hand hand-carved from a single piece of hardwood.
The Hehe people lived in isolation on a highland in southwestern Tanzania, northeast of Lake Nyasa. With the exception of some pastoralists on the plains and some keeping a limited number of cattle and goats, the Wahehe were primarily agricultural people using the he he stool for milking cattle.
Please note that each item is uniquely hand crafted so no two pieces are identical.