This model is composed of a light plate in the shape of a violin, decorated with geometric patterns and flowers in bas-relief.
The bottom of the plate is decorated with rocaille vegetal motifs, while the upper part is surmounted by a flower from which rays emerge. Reference to the sun king, we find these rays crowning the chandelier of Graux-Marly of the chapel of the castle of Versailles.
From the rocaille ornaments of the lower part emerge five arms of light finished by a flared cup and a chiseled bobèche.
The ensemble offers a condensed version of the magnificence and opulence of the Louis XIV style.