A Nymphenbourg porcelain table surtout, 20th century
representing a French garden made of twenty-one pieces, composed of four box tree in pots, four obelisks, twelve alleys with edges, a central group of white porcelain with four figures of Cupid around a tree, an allegory of the Air, marked with the Bavarian coat of arms, and also twelve fishes, porcelain flowers, a Medicis vase on a pedestal in Sèvres taste, and four Frankenthal porcelain vases on pedestals ; (accidents)
Long. 110 cm., larg. 54 cm. ; Length 43 1/3 in., width 21 1/4 in.