Antique spelter metal figures of a boy and a girl, each standing on a lion and each holding a flaming torch in front of a round mirror. The mirrors fit into a small metal rims and are removable. Research indicates that these figures are probably French, dating from the Victorian period, although there are no visible marks. They may have been used on a mantle, flanking a central mantle clock.
There is a gold colored finish on parts of the figures and lions, and a lovely blue wash on the clothing of the figures. The base is an unknown material, possibly bakelite, and dark brown in color.
The figures are in very good condition although the mirrors have been replaced. Height of each is 17 inches to the top of each mirror.