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    Posted 11 years ago

    cheewa
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    I got these from my grandmother before she past away. She always had them in her bedroom, I know nothing about them. I have had them for over 50 years and she had them for I do not know how long. I think they maybe from the 30's. Can you or any one tell me anything about them? There are no markings on them, I have looked all over them. Thanks. Glenda.

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    1. Dizzydave Dizzydave, 11 years ago
      Emperor and Empress Statue Set in Green Glaze, from around 40's-50's era. Dave
    2. cheewa, 11 years ago
      Have you seen a set of these before? Do you know what they are worth? Who made them? Thanks... Glenda
    3. Dizzydave Dizzydave, 11 years ago
      Yes, its been awhile though, they are made in the 40's or so. Pair can bring Around 50.00-60.00 pair. Maker? hard to tell, they may have had label at one time. These type of figurines were mass produced by various companies in China and Japan after the WW2. Dave
    4. cheewa, 11 years ago
      Thanks, Dave. I'm glad to know this. I just love looking at them, since I have never seen another pair like them. Glenda

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