Antique bisque porcelain figures - Heubach girl with original skipping rope boy with original hoop but lost his stick ( easily replaced toothpick sized ). These are the earliest colour way for this pair as the later ones became brighter and less subtle in their hand painting. Not sure re date but from the style/colours latest date is 1890's may be much earlier.
Heubach is the collector's name for Gebruder Heubach, a firm working in Lichten, Germany, from 1840 to 1925. It is best known for bisque dolls and doll heads, the principal products. The bisque dolls had molded hair or were wigged and had sleep eyes or painted intaglio eyes. They also manufactured bisque figurines, including piano babies, beginning in the 1880s, and glazed figurines in the 1900s.