This vase (one of a pair) is turquoise blue ("bleu céleste") and shows a scene of soldiers resting by a campfire on one side, painted in the manner of P. Wouwermans (1619-1668) by Charles Nicolas Dodin, and military trophies on the other. The gilding is by Etienne-Henry Le Guay. The handles terminate in a relief leaves which travel down the underside of the vase, ancored by cubic forms at the rim. The shoulders have painted panels in a fan-shape with rosettes in pink divided by a gilt trellis. The vase sits on a rectangular plinth, and is topped with a berry knop. The Bearsted Collection in England has a similar pair with marine scenes.