Of unknown origin, a sculpted solid stone bench made with a low back and three asymmetrical legs. A hole in the seat was made for drainage. It is possibly hundreds of years old, or made in the twentieth century. It does not appear to be made from modern machines as the legs are irregular and are not perfectly positioned as a modern production would have.
The resemblance to wood Tribal benches is relative and the stone appears to be of a granite composition. There is no found published reference for such a stool or bench in this style.