Fingerspitzenformer

By beatrice behlen on 16 Sep 2010

Today I went to the General Store, one of my favourite places in the Museum. It should really be called the Miscellaneous Store because this is where we keep small and medium-size objects that do not belong into the metal, glass or ceramic stores (although they might be, at least partially, made of these materials) and are not valuable enough to be kept in the Strong Room. You can find all sorts of wonderful things there. I particularly like the spectacles, plastic jewellery, the various writing instruments, clay pipes and curling tongs. I was with a student who is writing […]