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Humphrey No. 223: ‘a three-legged Stool, made of a hard kind of Wood, from the Friendly Isles, used as a pillow. ‘
In some respects, this headrest differs from the ones listed above. It consists of a semi-circular wooden piece with a flattened, rectangular upper surface. One side of the piece forms one leg, the other side of the piece divides into two legs. Each leg is bent at the base to form a foot. The diameter of the feet is only slightly wider than that of the rest of the legs. Inken Köhler, Ulrike Rehr, Gundolf Krüger
Headrest kali, Inv. Oz 347
Headrest kali, Inv. Oz 348
Headrest kali, Hanover 1854, No. 6