Hello ... My father purchased these heads in Bali during WW2.
Hi! My name is XXXXX XXXXX X would be happy to help with your Balinese carvings.
These are very nicely sculpted figures with arrestingly peaceful expressions.
They are an example of a typical Balinese "Marriage Couple".
In Indonesian culture they are called a Loro Blonyo or "inseparable couple" originally representing the goddess Dewi Sri and her mate Sadono. They would have been made as a wedding gift and formed an important part of the auspices of a traditional marriage ceremony as the deities conferred the expected blessings of longevity, fecundity, heath and wealth to the married couple.
There is growing interest in vintage Balinese wood carving as collectors slowly wake up to the astonishing artistic quality these master carvers achieved. Here's a site which admirably displays their range and beauty.
If you saw your Loro Blonyo couple for sale at in an antique store they would have a retail value of at least $400.00
Expect to get about half that if you were to sell them at auction or on-line.
I do hope this helps!
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