RARE pair of matching pink snowbabies/snowchildren figures of two adorable twin girls standing and dressed up in their winter finery, including warm hats, muffs, and long coats, each exquisitely modeled with beautifully handpainted blushed cheeks, blonde hair, and red cupid mouths, but most importantly they are covered in the hard-to-find "pink snow", unmarked (common for pink snows to be unmarked btw), circa 1905, each approximately 2.25" tall, excellent vintage condition (near mint really), just a little snow has worn away but most of it is still intact after a century, and one of the girls has an age crack on her neck & a teeny tiny sliver underneath her base, whereas the other girl has either a tiny spot of missing snow or else it is a flat white chip, hard to tell, and only mentioned for accuracy's sake because as you can see both are in NEAR MINT CONDITION!
FYI: a similar figure can be found on page 26 of Mary Morrison's BIG BOOK of SNOW BABIES. And I included a picture from the aforementioned book, as Mary Morrison is a friend of mine & gave me permission a long time ago to use any of her pictures in her books for use on the 'net, as it is illegal to post pictures from books without the author's approval. Thanks for understanding.
***NOTE: the first picture includes almost all of the snowbabies I am in the process of selling, as my collection has grown too vast, and now it's time for me to share my treasures with my fellow snowbaby collectors. Please feel free to contact me about any piece you may be interested in. Thank you. :)***
P.S. I honestly cannot emphasize enough how RARE it is to find a pair still together after all these decades, usually one is lost or broken, so whomever becomes the next owner will be extremely lucky indeed! :)