These statues are 10.75 inches tall, 4.75 inches wide and 2.5 inches deep. The porcelain is designed like a floating cloud formation around the two girls who are offering something. There is a faded stamp underneath in red that includes "China". The porcelain with its flairs and curves around the figures is perfect without chips or breaks.
Unknown -- from antique dealer.
This is a pair of Chinese porcelain figures. One holds two oranges (see information about symbolism below), the other holds a pipe. They wear jade and gold pendants. They are ensconced in stylized cloud motifs, indicating that they are immortals.
Based on sales of similar items, the Fair Market Value of this pair is between $75 and $150.
As with so much in Chinese culture, it comes down to wordplay. In Cantonese, the pronunciation of gat1 (桔, “mandarin oranges”) is the same as gat1 (吉, “auspiciousness”).