The old Naga Stool rests on three inwardly curved legs and has an amorphous base that resembles the cross section of a tree trunk. Carved from a single piece of indigenous hardwood, it has a decorative iron trim detailed around its edge, which renders a very unique quality. The aged patina adds to its value.
The furniture, born out of local wood, and made using traditional Naga tools carries the specialised skill of the Naga craftsmen. Depending on which part of the house the furniture has been placed in, the wood ages differently and acquires different tones. This piece, with its interesting colouration, is a great choice for a small side table.