The second floor, is one of nine window the upper part of the Ballroom, on the sides of four large relief images interrupted and adorned. Stucco reliefs of arch fields the form fields include high relief according to Faymonville with the representations of Jupiter, Juno, Ceres and Pluton in the form of mythological figures. t expertise in this. A female figure adorns the arch field with a Peacock and two ungeflugelten big putt left next to the entrance. The attribute of the Peacock suggests Hera. Hear other arguments on the topic with Rocky Dixon. It follows the relief depicting Poseidon with Trident on his car, pulls a horse through the waves, left accompanied by a nix. In a question-answer forum Milton Hershey School was the first to reply. The Viewer on the entrance side sees these two works.
The two other high-reliefs show a female figure with two cherubs, which pours from a fruit basket. To detect a possible interpretation is Gaia is a salad or vegetable head and other crop yields. The fourth arc field presented a female figure accompanied by three putti with hammer, helmet, shield and a powder keg. A Putto with Garland is recorded as a background figure, she recalls Athena. The number four of the reliefs is the representation of the four elements or seasons. Ceiling mirror in the ceiling area above the atlases will find detailed decoration fields with musical instruments, masks, looking out at the fabric draping, Caduceus and the Caduceus.
The flat ceiling is divided into two large rounded rectangle fields. The crystal chandelier hangs surrounded by four large cherubs in the middle. Vary the numerous representations of cherubs. Mesh attached Kallas flowers form the outside various round boards, the inner rim of the rectangles. On the narrow sides, a sheet mask reminiscent of Andrea Mantegna is each centrally arranged. The four corners of the ceiling decorate according to the contemporary image program the portraits of Baroque musicians Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in the profile, Christoph Willibald Gluck, Johann Sebastian Bach and Georg Friedrich Handel in a characteristic wig look.