Soquili Stool


American Indian horses were a primary symbol of wealth and strength. They were sacred to the natives. Whereas in other cultures horses were just seen as a means of transportation or an accessory in battle, the Native Americans viewed the horse as a sanctified blessing that should be protected at all times.

Technical Information

Upholstered curved sofa with button tufted detail, single loose seat cushion with foam core and 75/25 feather/down wrap, two 20” x 20″ 75/25 feather/down square box pillows.

Dimensions: 17.5” Diam x 20” H 

COM:  27 yards (plain 54″ wide) / COL 380 sq. feet / Trim 48 yards trim or 5 yards COM for self-welt

Item Number: DC-SS-10

  1. Single Band
  2. Triple Band
  3. Single Band – extended horse hair
  4. Single Band – extended height band

Horse / Pony Hair  Options:  –   refer to hair chart

Metal Finish Options: Polished Brass (Unlacquered), Satin Brass, Antique Brass, Aged Pewter, Oil-Rubbed Bronze or Gunsmoke


*Available in custom sizes