My Occupied Japan collection so far. It may just look like of old trinkets, but I've searched for these pieces for years and have found each one at thrift stores and flea markets - none of them were bought online. They were all made in Occupied Japan, meaning they were made from the mid/late 1940s up until 1952 (the years in which Japan was occupied by the allies after WWII) so the history makes them that much more lovely to me ❤
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This Beautiful Pair of Porcelain Figurines are the best addition to any shabby chic collection. The two boys are bone white porcelain with gold accents. They do have some wear but they hold most of their detail. I love their rosy cheeks and golden brown hair. They give me middle band recital vibes. lol.