Though they're somewhat hard to find now, these charming 1950s porcelain ceramic angel and devil dimestore figurines must have been very popular, because nearly all the Mid Century Japan ceramic importers made a version of them. This one is from Lefton, depicting a sweet little angel kissing a young devil on the cheek. The devil holds a goldtone metal pitchfork. The figurine is a little over 3 inches high, the pitchfork adds another inch.
There's a thin, shallow flake on the base edge under the angel's skirt. It's white-on-white and well concealed in area that's visible only from the side. See the last photo below the label. No other damage and the paint is in very good condition - white spots in the photos are due to glare or reflections. The red foil Lefton's Exclusives Japan label is intact on the bottom, along with the crown Lefton China Hand Painted mark and stock number K1055.