This trumpet is surmounted by two figures standing back to back. They have flat mask like faces. The arms are carved in a continuous band around the figures, joining at the hands. Between the two heads and in a double band below the figures are carved cowrie ornaments.
This anthropomorphic shaped whistle or flute is made from a single shaft with two thin handles on either side. From the base of the handles to the top the whistle is entwined in leather. There is a pierced hole at the base, probably for suspension.
This bronze staff is surmounted by the image of a head, on top of which is a loop, possibly for suspension. The facial features show cowrie-shaped eyes, a long nose with flared nostrils and full mouth. The patterning to the head probably indicates some form of hat.
This triangular shaped mask is rounded off at the top where incised grooved indicate the hairline. Facial features show two round protruding eyes, a triangular shaped nose and a horizontal mouth with thick, protruding lips.
This large broad, concave mask displays a long sagittate nose, and small eyes with well-arched decorated eyebrows. The small mouth is barely visible and sits above the squared jawline. The mask shows eroded patina, with possible traces of kaolin.
This mask represents a bird, probably a hornbill. Its protruding beak is ridged underneath and the holes on the base of the beak indicate it was once edged with monkey fur. Holes around the rim of the mask indicate the attachment of a costume of headdress.
This cylindrical standing figure is unsophisticated in form and displays a protruding navel. The modest facial features show incised lines to indicate the hair and two horizontal lines across the forehead.
This figurine in the round is standing on an ivory base and is a yellow-white in colour. The arms have been carved in a flexed manner and afford two loops, possibly for suspension. There is a cavity in the top of the head for the application of medicine to enhance its power.
This long, slender whistle is carved in the shape of a finger and displays a well-marked fingernail with four incised lines beneath, marking the first joint. The base is more bulbous, with a side loop for suspension and would be sounded by blowing across the opening at the end.
The facial features on this mask are not pronounced except for two cavities to indicate the nostrils. It is flat on the reverse and has two suspension loops carved into the hairstyle or headdress. This mask is a mid-brown colour and shows vertical cracking down the face.
This horn was side blown on the concave curve where the tusk cavity ends. At the tip of the tusk is a carved face with mitre-like headdress. The ivory is quite discoloured and there is some erosion at the base.
Sitting atop this carved ivory trumpet is the figure of a woman offering a suckling baby her right breast. The female figure shows a pointed hat or coiffure and wears armlets and anklets, indicating high rank. There is some damage to the base of the instrument and on the back.
This geometric carved ritual doll stands on a circular base. The face is very thin, while the rest of the head and hair protrude back into an oval-shaped disc. The facial features are simple with two cavities indicating the nostrils. Elaborate incised lines indicate the hairstyle.
This figure has a black, shiny surface probably because of a surface treatment. He sits on a stool with six legs. His legs are crossed and his carves bend round each other in an unnatural way. His knees are bulbous and over emphasised.
This amulet shows a male and female figure back to back. The female clasps her hands over her chest, underneath her breasts and the male figure holds a horn-shaped object to his chest. Although they are the same height, the male figure is slightly bigger in girth than the female.