Ghost of Satao Arm Chair
STORY: Satao, one of Kenya's largest elephants, was poached in June 2014 with a poison arrow. He suffered a slow death and his face was cut off so that poachers could remove his tusks. Satao was a 'Tusker', genetically known for growing unusually large tusks--his nearly touched the ground. His legacy is commemorated onto sueded grey linen, a natural fiber that represents the earth's offerings. The wood base is as dark as the skin of Africa's people of who share their land with majestic creatures like Satao. This chair is minimally reupholstered with petroleum products for a more ecological choice. May Satao's memory remind us that protecting the environment always improves our humanity, and that the value of truth and knowledge never change.
INGREDIENTS: Hardwood frame, linen screenprint fabric, natural rubber latex (made in USA), feathers, tissue welting, cotton batting, cotton muslin, coconut coir, jute webbing, jute burlap, hemp spring string, YKK nylon invisible zipper, and nylon thread.
DIMENSIONS: 29" W x 31" D x 29" H. Seat 20"W x 18"L x 16 1/2"H.
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