Occupied Japan figurines playing violin and bass

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  • Item Category: Ceramics
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Feb 17,2008
  • Channel: Online Auction

Positively stunning, intricately detailed, lady and gentleman figurines. She is playing the bass; he the violin. They are both seated in white settees with gold trim. Their outfits are quite opulent. She is wearing a white ball gown with ruffled pink trim and gold flowers. He is wearing a white jacket trimmed in gold with pink ruffled sleeves, and gold shoes. They both have reddish brown hair. On the bottom of the lady is marked in red "made in occupied Japan" and what looks to be the number 5.10. On the bottom of the gentleman is "Japan" in red.

I've looked them over carefully and they are both in fantastic condition. The only flaw I noticed is that the very tip of the pinky finger on the gentleman has broken off. Upon further inspection, I just noticed that also on the gentlemen, the tip of the bow is chipped off, as well as the very tip of the violin w the scroll typically is.

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