Two rare small neolithic figures. One is a Bull or Goat figure, with pronounced testikles, probably a fertility symbol. The other one is likely an Anteter, or a (female) elephant. Both simply handsculpted. There is not much referance material around. Except for the Maxwell Museum from the Eason Eige collection. It shows a similar Goat-like figure on their website. Dated widely between 7000-200 bC. The right figure could very well be Shijiahe culture (2400-2000 bC) described in another posting.