The Antrum Pillow


The-Antrum-Pillow

“Rura Pheretiadæ, coelo fugitivus Apollo;
Ille licet magnum Alciden susceperat hospes;
Tanttim ubi clamosos plaguit vitare bubulcos,
Nobile mansueti ceffit Chironis in antrum,”

Source: John Milton (Liber, 57-60)

Antrum, meaning chamber or cavity in Greek, evokes the myth of King Midas.

Rectilinear form with notched corners. 2” gathered boxing, 1/2” flange, and bordered with trim.
20” W x 20” H x 9” D