The bookend The Seated Scribe drawns inspiration in the famous egyptian statue (2600-2350 BC) found in Saqqara in 1850. It presents a sitting cross-legged scribe holding a papyrus scroll and a reed pen (now missing) in his hands.
This model of bookend has been specially designed by the Art of Bookend for the Rmn-Gp (Réunion des Musées Nationaux - Grand Palais) the public cultural establishment subordinated to the French Minister for Culture and Communication. This structure manages 35 museums in Paris and in France, events and exhibitions.
Wspaniałe wykonanie w technice cięcia laserowego w metalu.
Podkladki antyposlizgowe na spodzie zapewniające stabilność.