This pendant has been formed into the shape of a female figure and is simplistic with little definition. The figure stands with legs together. Grooves define the buttocks and pubic triangle and also separate the legs. The figure has no arms and the torso is triangular in shape.
This small object is a simplistic representation of a female figure. The figure sits with arms outstretched. The legs are wide and circular in shape, defined by a groove which runs down the centre of each. A ridge encircles the waist.
This small, simple pendant has been formed into the shape of an animal. The animal has been depicted from a side view and stands upon two legs with a tail which protrudes from the rear of the body. The surface has been left plain and no facial or bodily features have been defined.
Only the lower half of this figure remains. The body has been simplistically modelled and is rounded in shape. A large groove separates the legs and there is a suggestion of feet. A faint groove encircles the stomach although the rest of the body is undefined.
This small female figure stands with arms bent over the stomach which meet in the middle. The arms, legs, nose and mouth have been sculpted. Two diagonal incised lines delineate the pelvic area. The figure has no eyes or hands. The forehead has been elongated and the head tilts back slightly.
This stylised representation of a head has no facial features apart from a long, thin nose which protrudes from the face. The top of the head has been flattened slightly and a ridge has been formed across the back.
This is a stylised representation of a head. The only defined facial feature is a sculpted nose, triangular in shape, which protrudes from the face. The head is flat and oval in shape apart from the top which has been flattened.