The elegant form of this round stool is carved from a single block of wood. The adze marks on the seat are done in concentric rings with three unusual legs supporting the seat. Both the flat sides of the seat and the outer side of the legs have a design of incised straight grooves and pokerwork. It is a rare form of stool that is associated with the Zambia region but not to a particular tribe.
For related examples and a discussion see Sièges d'Afrique noire du musée Barbier-Mueller, pp.266 and 267.