Much better pictures, thank you. The swan looks very much a Cenedese piece to me, although Seguso did similar pieces. I like the simple design which is elegant and clean. It's very like a bird I own. I paid very little for it on eBay, although it's one of my favourite pieces. Cenedese was one of the few Murano companies to sign its works, but it's not unusual for a bird like this not to be signed.
The woman looks like a very nice piece, and I wouldn't expect to be able to pick that up cheaply on eBay. It's not something I recognize, although the colours and the technique are consistent with the work that Cenedese produced. Typical Cenedese figural pieces are more stylized and modern, like the bird, especially when designed by Antonio Da Ros, who worked a lot with vaseline glass.. The top of this lady harkens back to more traditional Murano figural work, and yet the bottom is far more typical of the 50's/60's. I've no idea of value, except to say that it should fetch above the usual generic Murano tourist pieces, such as the bird. I confess I'd keep both, but, then, I find it hard to let anything appealing go.
BTW, assuming two pieces come from the same place because they were in the same shop is a little risky. I've seen collections for sale with pieces from widely disparate places, yet all having some common feature.