Hollow-moulded, soft, buff earthenware figure of an equestrienne dressed for playing polo, on horseback. All four legs of the horse are outstretched as if galloping; the head looks straight ahead and the ears are pricked.
Grey earthenware tripod vessel in the shape of a ding. The vessel has an everted rim with a short body and three hollow short ovoid legs. The main body of the vessel is decorated with impressed cord-marks.
This blackware vessel has been wheel thrown then pared down with a sharp tool. It has a flat base and three small, thin feet. The pot is undamaged and has been washed to remove the sticky yellow earth of the region, traces of which remained around the base.
This round and carefully moulded head has a pensive expression, gazing forward, its mouth firmly closed. Layers of pigment have worn away, leaving the remains of white undercoat with traces of black on the hair.
The boar lies in an upright position with its legs folded underneath. It has a large head on which the eyes are incised and the ears molded in relief. A mane runs along the head and down the back. Five impressed circles represent nipples on the belly.
One of three dancing figures. This figure wears a high-waisted dress in a lightweight material which falls in soft folds to outline a square at the base. The toes of the shoes can be seen beneath the dress.
The figure is earthenware, made from terracotta clay.