This set is a depiction of Southeast Asian dancers wearing traditional Makuta headpieces and Sampot attire from the region of Southeast Asia such as Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Thailand.
At first the variations below simply look like they are different colors, but on closer inspection you can see there are two different poses of both the male & female dancers.
The sets are tall - standing nearly 5'' in height. Each set has 5 and 3 pour holes with Japan stickers. Circa 1950s-60s.