Modelled as a naked child wrapped in a cloak warming his hands over a fire.
‘Early English White Sculptural Porcelain’, The Paul and Bunny Davies Collection, E & H Manners, 2020, no. 19
For another example see, ‘The Watney Collection of Fine Early English Porcelain’, part I, Phillips, London, 22 September, 1999, lot 368
For the complete set in theVictoria and Albert Museum see:
J.V.G. Mallet, ‘Agostino Carlini and Dry-Edge Derby’, British Ceramic Design 1600-2002, The English Ceramic Circle, (2003), p. 48 fig. 9
and Arthur Lane, English Porcelain Figures of the 18th Century, (London, 1961), pl. 56 A & B
Chips to tips of fingers, edge of cloak and fire, no restoration