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This tiny pair is very serious but quite lovely. He holds a machete and she holds a bouquet of red blooms. They 'kind of' stand up by themselves, but have a tendency to be a bit tippy. (A little modeler's clay would help them stay upright if you'd like to display them on a shelf!) Deep colors on the hand painted clothing and adorable expressions make this pair the perfect accent for your home!

Each figure measures about 2 1/2" tall by an inch wide. 'Japan' is clearly marked on the back of the squaw figurine, but I can't see a stamp on the back of the chief. Both figures are in quite nice vintage condition, with some paint loss as shown. The squaw has what seems like a small chip on the back of her right hand (so it's on the back of the piece) but it's difficult to tell - it seems a little rough when you run your finger over it, but doesn't really look like anything is missing - see middle photo.

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Vintage Pair of Native American Porcelain Figurines - Indian Chief and Squaw


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