Small figure of a reaper or an allegory of autumn made of white soft-paste porcelain covered with a clear, lead-based glaze, in the form of a naked putto or cherub leaning against a coral-like "stump" and draped with a cloth that is belted at the waist, standing on an irregular, rocky base, under his left arm he holds a thick sheaf of wheat, his right arm is raised and outstretched and in his right hand he holds something, which has broken off (perhaps a sickle).

“The Reaper” or “Allegory of Autumn”

Attributed to Vincennes Porcelain Manufactory

1747/50