This is a pair of "Universal Statuary Corp." figures or busts which were made in 1971 in Chicago by J. Kendrick. All that info is on the backs of these 2 figures along with "136B" on one and "136G" on the other. I imagine the "B" stands for Boy and "G" for Girl. They are made of plaster or Chalkware; it is hard to tell since they have been painted gold.
One depicts a young boy gleefully playing a saxophone; the other depicts a young girl who is obviously not enjoying the music; she has her hands over her ears and her brows are furrowed and she has her lips pursed.
Each of these has a built-in pedestal (actually part of the statuary) at the base with a raised rose at the very bottom. There is felt or some type of similar material on the bottom of each. A small bit of the paint has worn off but it is confined to the back mostly along with a few very slight scratches.
They are each 10 1/4" tall and about 5" wide at the shoulders; the base of each has a diameter of 4 1/2".
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