STOOL WITH PERPENDICULAR LEGS

Girl Decanting Perfume From a wall painting in Villa Farnesina, Rome c. 20 B.C. Museo dell Terme, Rome A copy of a Greek diphros of the fourth or third century B.C., this stool with four perpendicular legs has been changed by cutting down the lower portion of the leg and by elaborating the turnings. There are heavier, almost throne like versions of this stool.

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