Blackened Lewis and Clark Expedition Stool

$255.00



Our Lewis and Clark Expedition Stool is inspired by campfire gatherings and exploration. This little stowaway is ideal for starry nights in the garden, cozy dinner parties – when a few more chairs are needed, or story time around a wood-burning stove in the dead of winter.

We first set eyes on the result of the gorgeous Japanese wood-blackening technique Shou sugi ban at a historic village in America (that I cannot, no matter how much I dig back, recall). The process involves charring the wood, toughening and preserving the exterior. The blackening, is what initially caught my eye, the effectiveness of the process against wind, water &c, only makes it better. Natural finish and other wood types are also available.

Each stool will vary in grain and indications of the wood’s prior use.

- Vegetable-tanned leather seat
- Reclaimed Oak
- Flame-blackened Shou Sugi Ban finish (natural finish available here)
- Finished with tung oil
- Folds easily for storage
- Minimally packaged with tag and jute

DETAILS:

MEASUREMENTS:

Open:
Inches: 14″ long by 14″ wide by 18″ tall
Metric: 35.5 cm long by 35.5 cm wide by 46 cm tall

Closed:
Inches: 14″ wide by 22″ tall by 3″ thick
Metric: 35.5 cm wide by 56 cm tall by 8 cm thick

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