Apple “A” and “C” sold.
I've become pretty enamored of these turned and painted wooden apples--made in Japan for the Western market-- which often housed roulette style horse racing games or miniature wooden tea sets, which these likely did, but are now empty. The earliest examples of these date to the late 19th century, but I would guess these are probably 1940s or so. Terrific gifts for the apple of one's eye--or one's favorite teacher!
Sold individually, price is per apple. Scroll through photos for details of each, labeled A, B and C. Please indicate at checkout in the notes field which you would like. All measure apex. 2 5/8" t x 2 7/8" in diameter. All are in good condition with no chips or cracks or losses, just general wear and a little paint loss here and there. All close tight and open easily.