Tunstal; and an Enslaved Servant, painted c

Tunstal; and an Enslaved Servant, painted c

They worked as markers of status, could be given as gifts, either as testimonies of friendship or as ambassadorial presents, and thus carried various meanings, from private marks of love and bonding to public statements about political relations between nations

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