August 21, 2012 · By Jon Townsend
Justus Juncker (1703-1767)
Yes, I too make my maid work in her pearls.
Detail: candle stick, redware fry pan, copper kettle, basket, lettuce, plate, bottle, bucket, bowl, raised hearth, chair, women's clothing, mortar pestle, pearls, earings, kitchen, fire, cooking
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