stool (furniture)

Wooden caryatid stool depicting two figures back to back. The figures are near identical except one is male and the other is female. The forms of the figures join into one cylindrical neck column which has three superimposed rings running around its circumference.
The figures knees and legs are set in a crouched position, while the arms are set at right angles running form the shoulder to the hands resting on the figures mid sections.

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