Gīturwa (Traditional 4-legged Agīkūyū stool)
Gīturwa is a 4-legged Agīkūyū stool that was traditionally used by the man of the home (mūthuuri mwene mūciī) when he was making important decisions, announcements or ceremonies at this homestead. It was ritualistically ordained to give it a status of modern day throne-seat. Hence it is was never sat on by any other man or person and it neither came out of the man’s house (thingira) nor taken to the woman’s house (nyūmba).
Size: 12” diameter and height
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