MOLOCAHO by Amorette – Unusually Shaped Chairs and Settees

Need a seat? Let me offer you some very unusual solutions. These odd shaped chairs and settees (upholstered benches with backs) from the MOLOCAHO by Amorette combine bizarre silhouettes with bold upholstery of exotic flora and fauna.

MOLOCAHO by Amorette

The pieces are designed by Amorette’s founder, Mrs. Jacqueline N. Mengi, a former Miss Tanzania (2000), a philanthropist and WildAid Ambassador.

MOLOCAHO by Amorette
Jacqueline Mengi at work

She has immense passion for interior and furniture design, fine art and fashion. For years she has been creatively merging disparate styles, colors and patterns into beautiful products and cohesive living environments.

The Chairs

The Radi Chair, front and back
The Butterfly Chair, front and back
The Accent Chair, front and back
The Majestic Chair
The S Chair, front and back
The Circle Chair, front and back
The Crown Chair

The Settees

The Molocaho Settee, front and back
The Crater Settee, front and back
The Circle Settee, front and back
The Crater Settee (long), front and back

Prices are all available upon request.


Amorette is an exclusive luxury brand founded in 2013 by Jacqueline Mengi Amorette. They offer furniture, textiles, lighting, decor, outdoor, garden furniture and rugs made to suit their clients’ needs and lifestyles. From the simplest artwork to the most complicated designs, MOLACAHO products express timeless elegance for high end lifestyles.

The Tanzanian based company provides a comprehensive range of interior design services for commercial and residential projects.

Shop for these unusual chairs and settees (Amorette furniture can be delivered any where in the world with FedEx and DHL) here


In addition to being the founder and designer of Amorette Co., Mrs Mengi is also a philanthropist with many causes close to her heart, one being the Dr. Ntuyabaliwe Foundation, which she founded.

Jacqueline Mengi

She is also an ambassador of WildAid, a campaign to inform the public about the severe poaching crisis currently facing Tanzania and to generate widespread support among civil society for the protection of elephants and other wildlife species. Mrs. Mengi is also a supporter of the campaign against deaths of premature babies, and supports several local orphanages.