Copper enamel, with brass mounting. Trumpet-shaped stand, transitioning into a tall ovoid, narrow body with a drawn-in shaft and a strongly widening rim. Stand and neck enameled in a dark brown color, adorned with white, filigree flower calyx decor, decorative borders, and flower festoons with gold accents. The vase body is adorned with tree and architectural landscapes and a lovely depiction of a gallant couple with a rowboat and a hunter with his hunting dog meeting a bather on the shore. Polychrome translucent enamel painting, partly in delicate salmon and pink tones. Signed "FC" and indistinctly inscribed; minimal flaw. Height 25 cm. A decorative pair of probably French Limoges copper enameled and brass mounted vases. Signed and indistinctly inscribed. Minor flaws. Likely from France, Limoges, around 1900.