An outstanding pair of Chinese export porcelain Yongzheng period armorial covered jugs, decorated in Famille Rose enamels each bearing a large roundel emblazoned with the finely detailed Arms of Woodward,  along with elegant sprays of flowers and gilded flowerhead borders, the motifs continuing around the cover along with each cover bearing the family crest.  Measuring 7 3/8″ tall, one with restoration to very minor frits to the cover and minor glaze losses to the handle, otherwise both in extraordinarily fine original condition and each with it’s own hand-carved wooden stand.  Illustrated and discussed in Howard’s Chinese Armorial Porcelain, Vol. I, page 212 and with a Chait Galleries provenance. Circa 1726.