Indian Hand Woven Pidda Low Stool
Indian hand woven low Pidda stool traditional used by women of the Indian Haryana region tribes while grinding grains on a chakki (hand mill grinder). The seat was woven using two types of ropes, munjh (sarkanda) and nylon.
Dimensions: 13” H x 18” W x 18” L, Seat Height": 11” H
Period: Early 20th Century
Condition: Good condition
Materials: Grass (Sarkanda), nylong (rope), wood
Place of Origin: Haryana, India
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