The "Vase Convivial Scenes in Saxon Vineyards" was created in 1771 by Johann Joachim Kaendler as one of his later works. Artful figure painting adorns the vase with scenes from the vineyard and the rural festivals popular with the nobility at that time. Old copper engravings and the pictures of the Fête galante by French Rococo painters such as Antoine Watteau or François Boucher provide models. Red, hand-studded rear surfaces in combination with a painting of high-carat gold make this precious decor perfect. Limited to 25 pieces.