I am trying to reproduce a desk that in the museum description states that there are “stop-fluted pilasters flanking the drawers”. What is actually meant by ‘stop-fluted pilasters’? I saw a fluted pilaster in which the bottom third of the flute was filled in with a dowel of the same size as the flute so that it stood proud of the pilaster (becoming a reed?) and this was described as a stop-fluted pilaster ???. I thought stop-fluted just meant that the flute did not extend to the terminus of the pilaster. Help! Any good visual references out there?