African Mid-Century Modern Chair

These African mid-century modern chairs, were made using (Nguni) cow hair-on-hide leather and superb quality steel frames.   Natural (Nguni) cowhide colours: black, grey, brown and white. These one-of-a-kind chairs cannot be duplicated as each cowhide is completely unique also available in regular plain brown leather.

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Cowhide Mid-Century Modern Chair

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Mid-Century Modern Chair

African Mid-Century Modern Chair 3

Mid-Century Modern Cowhide Chair

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Mid-Century Modern Chair made from Nguni Cowhide

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Cowhide Mid-Century Chair

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Mid-Century Cowhide Chair

african furniture│These mid-century modern cowhide chairs, were made using Nguni hair-on-hide leather and superb quality steel frames. Natural (Nguni) cowhide colours: black, grey, brown and white. These one-of-a-kind chairs cannot be duplicated as each cowhide is completely unique. Please contact us for additional images should you prefer one of the above mentioned available colours.

Mid-Century Modern Cowhide Chair

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African Beaded Chairs & Decor

African Decor

Yoruba Royal Beaded Chairs – available in solid colours or multi coloured as pictured here.

African Furniture

African Beaded Chairs Front View

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African Beaded Armchairs

These African beaded chairs and decor hails from Nigeria in West Africa and was all beaded by hand.  Fist of all, these beaded chairs were originally made for the Yoruba tribe’s royalty.  Furthermore, only the Yoruba’s Kings and Queens as well as, their direct ascendants were the only privileged ones allowed to sit in these chairs.

Constructing one of these furniture pieces is a major task, one beaded chair, can take anywhere from 10 – 14 weeks to be completed, from beginning to end.  These chairs are available in different coloured beads, styles and the sizes can differ somewhat.  Today, these functional artful chairs are seen in lobbies, lounges, bedrooms as well as, waiting rooms and offices in some of the world’s most prestigious hotels, lodges, resorts private homes and contemporary offices across the globe.  For more info on African Beaded Chairs

African Yoruba Armchairs Blue and White Full Arm Rest

African Yoruba Armchairs Blue and White Full Arm Rest

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Yoruba King’s crown from Nigeria

This Yoruba King’s crown from Nigeria is worshiped as one of the most cherished beaded objects from Africa. This cone-shaped crown embellished with beaded faces, geometric patterns and birds represents the future as well as, the past of the King or Queen who it was made for.  Therefore, it can only be worn by Yoruba royalty during public and state occasions. The crown is the most important object in royal Yoruba insignia. The beaded strings act as a veil and are attached at the bottom of the crown, thus covering the King’s face and shrouding him from onlookers.  Furthermore, strengthening his role as divine ruler.

Yoruba Beaded Crown - Mixed Colours

Yoruba Beaded Crown – Mixed Colours

African Decor

African Beaded Royal Yoruba King Crowns

Yoruba Nigeria beaded Royal Crown

African Decor Yoruba Nigeria beaded Royal Crown

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African Hand-beaded armchair, Nigeria, Yoruba People

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African Beaded Arm Yoruba Chair – Nigeria

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African Furniture, Handmade Beaded Armchairs

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African Beaded Armchairs, Yoruba People Nigeria

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African Furniture, beaded armchairs

African White Beaded Arm Chairs

African White Beaded Arm Chairs

African Decor

African tribal art from Nigeria. Yoruba beaded armchairs.

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