This wooden grain store ladder was made by the Dogon people of Mali in Africa probably in the early part of the twentieth century. It has incredible texture and patina to the wood, with a sculptural quality that would make a great conversation piece or unusual decorative item that would fit in a modern or antique context.
Height 155 cm or 61 inches, Width 33 cm or 13 inches, Depth 22 cm or 8.7 inches.
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