Grouping of early German Christmas ornaments. 1st set – two small poly-chrome painted cherub faces with carved wings at base of neck. 2nd set – three painted composition cherub faces with outstretched painted wings at base of neck. 3rd set – three painted composition angel ornaments, one unclothed. 4th item – cloth and porcelain head ornament of a child skater, tin skates attached. 5th item – cotton and clothe ornament of young girl with cut out lithograph printed face. 6th item – cotton and clothe Santa ornament with bells in one hand, fir tree in other hand, lithograph printed face. Heights range from 11" for Santa to 2" for carved wooden cherub heads. Late 19th/Early 20th century. Provenance: The estate of King E. and Julia R. Stockton, Tulsa, OK. Condition: Condition – 1st set – expected wear and losses to paint for age. 2nd set – glued breaks to wings on each cherub, expected chips and losses to wing tips. 3rd set – two composition angels missing a forearm, losses to clothing. 4th item – very good condition. 5th item – overall very good condition with minor wear/losses for age. 6th item – overall very good condition for age.
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