Jimma Chair, Ethiopia
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Chairs in this style come from the town of Jimma. They emulate the personal household furniture of King Abba Jifar.
This amazing abstract piece is as functional as it is sculptural. It is a great addition to a dining/ living room and is comfortable enough for a reading nook. The striking silhouette composed of carved cut-outs in the wood creates a sculpture worthy as a centerpiece to any room.
Country of Origin:
- Hand crafted in Ethiopia
D:30" W:27" H:40" Seat Height:16"
- Depth x Width x Height
- Seat Height: distance from floor to seat.
- Sustainable wood from the Wanza Tree (Cordia Africana). The Wanza tree is a common plant that grows across the continent of Africa. It can reach 30 meters high and has a distinct crooked trunk.
About Interior Design at Hemingway Gallery:
Hemingway Gallery and Safaris serves as an unequaled reliable ethical source for creative designers and their clients. We value partnerships with individuals who are open to making a statement with their artistic and historic artifact design choices. Our clients are among the most discerning curators of fine art and notable objects in the world. 45 years of experience allows us to provide creative hands-on collaboration in assessing the critical acquisition and design decisions of the client. We do this by considering indoor/ outdoor space, other works of art in the vicinity, lighting, and the client’s preferences and goals. We engage with each client to create experiences, making the process less transactional and more relationship oriented. The diaspora of Africa and the safari-home aesthetic can be applied to any space to brilliantly accentuate home lifestyle.
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