A Pair of 18th Century Chinese Export Porcelain Famille Rose Wall Vases, Qianlong Period c.1750-1770. In the Form of Smiling Boy`s Holding up a Porcelain Vase Above One Knee. They are Finely Dressed and have there hair Tied in Two Knots on Top of Their Heads. The Flat Unglazed backs have an Aperture for Suspension.
One figure has some restoration :
both feet have been restuck at the ankle. A section around the boys left elbow has been restored c.32 x 17 mm and the small ornament on his collar near the vase c12 x 7mm.
The other figure is in very good condition there is a very small rim chip to the back and some minor wear. There is an indentation or loss to the unglazed back, this appears to be a firing fault.