The 3 larger figures measure 1 inch long by ½ inch wide. The tallest measures ½ inch high.
All three have a hole drilled through at the jaw hinge.
The smallest frog is only ¾ by ¾ inch across and ¼ inch high. It has no hole drilled. They definitely have some age to them. I would place them at mid-20 th century or earlier. These do not appear to be elephant ivory, but some other bone or tusk material --
bottom sides have a darkened reticulated surface. Brown markings on one frog appear to be natural coloration within the tusk material.
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