I am an SH48 Stool. Grab a hold of my handle and give yourself a break. My comfy seat will give you the rest you need.
This oak stool is perfect for small spaces and can also be used as a step stool or side table. Especially great in the front entrance as a resting spot for putting on shoes. Handcrafted in the Hokkaido region of Japan, the stool exemplifies the traditional Japanese technique of "fuki-urushi". By repeatedly applying lacquer and then wiping it off, the appearance of a saturated wood grain is achieved. A thoughtful addition of a handle makes carrying a breeze. The stool also has subtle marks of the maker’s carving tools that add to its charm and handcrafted appeal.
Ibazen Stool was curated by Stevenson Aung
Maker: Takahito Iba
Dimensions: 11.8” (dia) x 18.9” (h) or 300mm (dia) x 480mm (h)
Weight: 10 lbs or 4.5 kg
Materials: Oak and Lacquer
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