'The Two Pots' fable by Aesop (circa 600BC). Two pots, metal and clay, float down a waterway. The metal pot asks the clay to be close; the clay demurs fearing breakage. Equals make the best friends. Illustration by Arthur Rackham (1867-1939). See description for more information.

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'The Two Pots' fable by Aesop (circa 600BC). Two pots, metal and clay, float down a waterway. The metal pot asks the clay to be close; the clay demurs fearing breakage. Equals make the best friends. Illustration by Arthur Rackham (1867-1939). See description for more information.
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Photograph of illustration from first edition of 'Aesop's fables' published in London in 1912. Arthur Rackham was an English book illustrator who used pen and ink drawings sometimes subtlety coloured with watercolours were very popular in the early 1900s. Credit: Private Collection/AF Fotografie
Location: London, United Kingdom