These rectangular, gilt bronze belt plaques each have a carved surround which frames an animal, probably an ox. The ox have woolly mane, beard and hindquarters and the features; eyes, ears, horns and nostrils are very carefully detailed.
This gilt bronze Buddha figure sits cross-legged on a wooden plinth. Wearing robes with numerous folds in the fabric, the chest area is bare. The right arm is raised with the palm facing outwards and the left hand sits on the lap.
This small gilt bronze figure stands on a circular plinth. The right arm is raised, but the hand is missing due to damage, while the left hand hangs down by the side. The figure wears a skirt-type feature with no obvious attire on the upper torso.
This sword/ dagger hilt consists of a curving piece of copper, which widens into the head of a ram. The head is a naturalistic representation, with curling horns, eyes carved in detail and realistic facial contours.