Pendulum clock with white enameled dial Parallelepiped case flanked by the figure of an old-fashioned girl who, with the water of her own jar, feeds a sweet fountain gushing from a bearded mask, in the background of this, marsh reeds.
A cupid, with his foot resting on a shell, removes a thorn from the foot of the Nymph. On the front, Amore Lying on a shell dragged by two swans.
Chiseled and gilded bronze with mercury vapor. Originally located in Corridor A bis, Chamber of the General of Service. From 1881 in Monza.