My guess is that both pieces were roughly formed on the same ivory baton. Both figures were given general form by heavy incising and gouging. Then the figure was heavily worked beginning with the feet and moving toward the head. It is not impossible that a third statuette (Figure 21) had already been completed and disengaged from this baguette. Gagarino Statuette 1927c shares all of the morphological, technological and structural (laminar orientation) features of the proximal figure on the "double statuette," and, importantly is very close in length (7.15 cm) and diameter (1.35 cm) to the two unfinished sculptures described above.