Interesting. I see they have both cube and truncated pyramid style
stools (for want of a better description) with quite fancy cutouts, not
just a simple cyma reversa. Looking above the customer haveing her
portrait done I see something that looks vaguely like a 'tailor's glass'
- a glass ball shape filled with water, used to concentrate light -
perhaps that is also true here, being used to emphasise the lighting
from the large leaded window.
Brusi of Orkney
On 19-Sep-13 6:41 PM, Jerry Harder wrote:
> I found this image and several similar:
> Note the front one has a drawer on the end and the left one to the rear
> is inclosed but you can't tell if there is doors or shelves on the side
> the men are working from.