The most beautiful piece of small African furniture. It always appears in the big decorations giving that unique ethnic touch.
They are made of wood protected by a dark varnish that gives them a mysterious and sophisticated halo. Its dimensions are ideal as a side table and even as a coffee table (although the ancient Bamileke kings used them as seats).
Whether the decorative style is more or less modern, open spaces should be chosen for it where they play the leading role.
They are made from a single block of wood with a repetitive cross carving on the entire surface under the envelope in the traditional form of a spider’s web.
The Bamileke ethnic group has dedicated itself to trade and craftsmanship for centuries, a discipline in which they have achieved a surprising mastery. Especially in the monoxile technique (sculpting from a single piece of wood).