Dating from the early C19th., they measure 19cms across.
Plate 1 has 2 areas of damage to the footrim and stress cracks to the enamel.
Plate 2 has one area of damage to the foot rim and very minor stress cracks. There is a very small infill to the front rim at 11 o'clock which I cleaned up for the photos 7&8 above and is barely visible.
Dating from the 2nd half of the C19th., it measures 22cms across.
There is some minor pitting. It is in very good condition.
Dating from the C19th., it stands 4 1/2inches (11.5cms) high.
There are some original firing faults to the neck and foot rim two of which have caused minuscule frits to the enamel (see photos) It is in very good condition
Dating from the 2nd half of the C19th., she stands 8 5/8inches (22cms) tall.
She is missing her right hand and there are small losses to the sleeve and base.
For a similar, slightly larger cloisonne figure, see Christies "Rivers of Color" sale at Rockefeller Plaza, 18th Sept 2014.