English, mid-20th century. Two Royal Worcester painted porcelain figures by Dorothy Doughty (1892-1962), including one Audubon warbler perched on palo verdi, and one hooded warbler perched on wilsonia citrina with Cherokee rose, each with species, artist signature, and factory marks on underside of porcelain base, and each with fitted wooden base. Original wooden boxes included; larger ht. 12.5, wd. 6, dp. 7.75 in. (with base).
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Audubon warbler: one stamen broken off.