On a short pedestal, a club-shaped body tapers towards the neck, with a profiled, convexly curved and ornamentally pierced rim. On both sides of the wall, large-scale hunting scenes are depicted, based on copperplate engravings by Johann Elias Ridinger. The scenes portray hunters on horseback and deer hunting, or hunters with horn and wild boar hunting, in underglaze blue painting, set in a suggested woodland landscape. The form was designed by Otto Voigt in 1911, with model number B 229. It bears the crossed swords mark. Height is 45.5 cm. These are a pair of Art Nouveau porcelain vases with hunting scenes painted in underglaze blue. The form was designed by O. Voigt. They bear the crossed swords mark. Manufactured in Meissen around 1911-1923.