This small figure is cast in bronze and stands on a small circular plinth decorated with petal-like features. Simply attired, the figure appears dressed in long, wide trousers. The right arm is raised vertically in the air, and the left arm hanging straight down.
This figure of a man stands with the left foot slightly in front of the right, arms hanging by the sides away from the body. The limbs, torso and buttocks are rounded giving the figure a muscular appearance. The penis and facial features have been modelled.
This seated, bronze, female figure sits on a rock, or tree stump, atop a rectangular base. She has a classical grace about her as she glances into the distance. Her robe falls about her waist and her lower body in drapes and folds.
This figure of a woman is depicted breastfeeding, standing with left arm drawn towards the pelvic area and right arm supporting the child which rests upon her chest.The figure has been roughly modelled and is disproportionate. The breasts have been placed far apart and high up on the chest.
This intricate object is a schematic representation of a figure and two animals. The circle at the top is formed by the figures upper body and head, encircled by the two animals elongated bodies, which curve from the waist to the head.The backs of the animals are incised and notched.
Gold pendant amulet in the form of the goddess Taweret in profile. It would have been worn by a woman for protection during childbirth.
At the top of the amulet, there is a small loop for suspension.
The amulet was made by pouring molten gold into an open terracotta mould.
Gold pendant amulet in the form of the god Heh in profile, kneeling and holding a palm rib (the hieroglyph symbolising 'year') in each hand. The amulet wishes the wearer an eternity in the Underworld.
There is a small loop for suspension on the reverse.
Bronze alloy statue of a cat, symbolic of the goddess Bastet, made using the lost-wax method. The cat is sitting upright and wears a collar that is visible only from the left and back. There are facial features and markings on the ears and body; the eyes would have been inlaid.
Amulet depicting the triad of Isis, Osiris and Horus, cast in copper alloy. Osiris stands between Isis and Horus and is depicted as a mummiform man wearing a wesekh collar, false beard and atef-crown with uraeus and holding the crook and flail across his chest.