Each piece depicts a nude angel with the young body of a girl, perhaps more akin to winged women than angels, for the most striking feature is the beauty in the depiction of female nudeness. The roundness of the forms and the sensuousness of these women contrast with the innocence conveyed by the wings. The pieces are symbols for inner purity and beauty, something evident in the attractiveness of these two female nudes, two women in pensive attitude, composing a highly spiritual scene. The main difference between the two is to be found on the wings. The figurine with the largest and elongated wings is reminiscent of a fantastic forest creature such as a fairy or an elf. The other one has shorter wings, endowing the latter with a more childish touch.