The baboon is made in hard blue faience. On the top of the head is incised a seven-lobed star or flower device. The animal is seated with his front paws on his knees. The tail curves to the right along the outer edge of the base.
Wooden 'stick' shabti. Crudely carved in the form of a man with rough representations of head, arms and feet. Facial features are roughly carved with eyes and eyebrows painted on in black. There is an inscription in hieratic on the front and sides of the body in black ink.
This head is long and oval in shape. The nose, mouth and left ear have been carved, the right ear is missing. Incised lines define the eyes. The ear is large in comparison with the other facial features.
This object is composed of an elaborately carved figure above which sits a flat rectangular step. The head of the figure is depicted with a large, open mouth. A band of raised ridges encircles the top of the mouth and forehead.