A symbolic part of Ghana’s culture and rich tradition since ancient times.
Ashanti stools were customarily reserved for royalty and believed to represent
the soul of each chieftain’s community. This beautiful hand carved stool by
African artisans has traditional Ghanaian symbols inscribed on its top and
Top: GYE NYAME (except God) symbol.
Expressing the omnipotence of God and honoring the supremacy of Divine deity.
Side: BIRIBI WO SORO (There is something in the heavens) symbol.
A symbol of hope. Reliance on God for inspiration.