This figure sits upon a stool, the right arm bent towards the head with palm resting on the forehead, the left arm hovering in front of the stomach. The figure has very large, wide feet which are defined by incised lines.
This figure is depicted wearing a tall hat and a scarf-like robe. There is eloborate drapery falling over his knees to the ground, clinging to his body so that it reveals the legs crossed at the ankles.
This glazed ceramic shows a baby in a high chair or pen, with its hands resting on the bar across the front. The fingers on both hands and the toes on one foot can be seen as carved but are now faint; the toes on the other foot can no longer be distinguished.
This figure was mould-made and represents a man seated on a ledge. His hands are hidden within the sleeves of a long heavy robe. The thighs are foreshortened and he sits slightly twisted towards his right. There are minor breaks around the shoulders.
This seated figure represents a Bodhisattva meditating in the position of rajilila (royal ease) with the right knee raised and the left leg laid flat on the ground. The figure has a bare torso, with drapery and jewellery.
This tall, dark brown figure is elegant despite the damage it has endured. Any facial features on the ovoid head have now been obscured by this damage. The arms are bent at the elbow and the hands, with fingers damaged, grasp the lower chest.
This tall figure has significant surface damage; the light brown surface is paler where worn and darker in recesses. It has an oval head with facial features barely discernable due to wear. There is a line around the face making it look like a mask. A necklace is engraved around the neck.
This crouching figure is made of pale ivory which is dark in the recesses. The figure lies on its stomach with its head propped up by its hands as it rests on its elbows. The left leg is completely missing while a stump of the right one remains.