A fine quality pair antique Meissen porcelain figures of children with flowers dating from the latter 19th or early 20th century. Both figures stand raised on a scroll work rounded base decorated with gilded and floral designs and comprise of a you bare footed boy in formal dress with waistcoat, shorts and jacket holding a wreath of flowers in front of him. The second, a young girl, holds an apron out in front of her scattered with floral stems with a vase standing next to her containing flowers. She is dresser in shows with floral buckles, a long floral painted skirt, a shirt and waistcoat. Her hair is tied back with a ribbon. The figures are both hand painted in naturalistic colors with very fine detail and both have underglaze crossed sword marks and are numbered 60310 and 60311 respectively with further impressed and painted marks.
In good condition with the flowers in the vase appear to be reattached.
Origin : Germany
Maker : Meissen Porcelain
Manufacture Date : Late 19th or Early 20th Century
Materials : Porcelain
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