These three odd but cute little ceramic Kewpie type figurines may have been marketed as Christmas figures but they can be displayed year round. Made in 1950s Japan, they're just 2-1/2 inches high and slightly androgynous - I'm not sure if they're boys or girls. They play musical instruments, wear choir robes, and have gold ring halos but no wings. They have a few minor paint flaws, very common in this type of mass produced dimestore figurine, but no chips or damage. There's a little wear to the cold red painted bow ties.
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