Two very old color prints, of child Harlequin and Columbine dancers, and of children ice skating in Victorian style winter ensembles.
The narrow gold frames on the prints are gold gesso or plaster, handmade, unevenly shaped. The prints are sandwiched snugly between card backings, and the glass on the front of the pictures.
The rounds measure 9 1/2" in diameter, and the paper prints look very nice, without staining or fading, and with just a little edge wear. These may have been cut from old calendar illustrations? Neither print is signed.