This unusual scene is derived from the lady and infant at the bottom left-hand corner of sheet 2 in Höroldt's Schulz Codex illustrated left. A similar scene appears on a tankard in the Kunstgewerbemuseum, Berlin (Inv. Nr. 35,129) which is illustrated by Maureen Cassidy-Geiger, 'Gestochene Quellen Für Frühe Höroldt-Malereien' Keramos No. 161 (1998), p. 25, where she also illustrates a Chinese wood-engraving which shows a very similar scene. The mother's raised bare foot on the stool does not appear on either the tankard, the Chinese engraving or the Schulz Codex drawing.