Lladr returns once again to the romantic spirit of the Victorian era for its source of inspiration. This open-air scene manages to convey the sensibility and distinction that reigned throughout much of the 19th century. The composition reminds us of the piece Bridge of dreams, though the chromatic wealth and profuse ornamentation elevate this piece to a true gem for all porcelain lovers. The ladies dresses and hairdos are faithful reproductions of those worn by young women of the time during their long walks in the open air.
Decoratively speaking, we should also mention the exquisite attention to detail. Similarly to the ladies in the Ladies from Aranjuez vase, the ornamentation of the young ladies dresses is painted and augmented. The details of the skirts and floral embroidery are achieved with paint pastes, thus giving them the thickness necessary to imitate the textures of real fabric and lend the dresses a volume that can even be appreciated from the back of the piece. In this piece we can see seven varieties of flowers, with a special mention for the roses and the water lilies in the pond. Equally noteworthy is the bridge on which the three ladies are standing. In addition to the technical difficulty required to achieve the elevation, it also entails decorating it underneath before assembling it.