Made of Greek walnut with four legs. Leather thongs on seat and loose cushion. Design taken from a kylix, circa: 480 B.C. in the Berlin Museum.
Two main styles of stools of ancient Greece have survived through reliefs.• The first type looks more like a small table. The typical stool consisted of a flat top and four straight legs. This stool was known as a Bathron.• There was no back support and the bottom was hard and uncompromising
- Product Code: difros no5
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