Two carved celadon jade Guan-yin or Kuan-yim figures, Bodhisattva form. One is depicted holding a branch in her hand, the other holding a sacred water jar. Both are adhered to carved hardwood bases and mounted atop gilt metal stands with stamped fret designs, each having a hole in the metal stands for lamp wiring cords. 12-1/2" H and 13" H including stands. Figures alone are 9-1/2" H and 10-1/2" H. Chinese, circa 1900. Provenance Nashville, TN private collector. Condition: Both figures appear to be drilled on the bottoms due to being mounted to the bases, and both have black inclusions within the stone visible from the backs. Smaller sculpture may have a small chip to the bottom edge of her robe. Some shrinkage cracking to hardwood bases.