c. 1800 Porcelain Chinese Boy Pair in Yellow Robes

These early 19th / late 18th c. Chinese boys are not in great condition, but they are so charming. Each smiling boy is holding something painted black in one hand, and has the other hand raised. The color of their faces is almost a pale green. Famille verte? There are fruits and flowers painted on their robes, and each has a gourd vase with red painted designs on their back. The vases both have breaks on top with a little piece missing. The ends of a finger or two may also be chipped. I can't tell. One of them has a line that goes almost all around his neck, so he may have had his head glued back on a long time ago ... or it's just a stress line. Again, I don't know. There are also two shallow chips out of the bottom. They are not signed. They stand about 4" high.

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