A decorated wooden board with carved adornment that consists of three panels inlaid with ivory and ebony. The lowest panel is the largest. The panels are grouped together, decorated and they are all inlaid with ivory and ebony.
A board divided into nine panels and decorated with geometrical designs interlaced with floral designs. Some of the panels are adorned with swastika within lozenge. Other panels are decorated with five-pointed stars encompassing interlaced floral patterns.
A brass candle stand with a bell shaped base on which there is a band of inscription saying, "Mortmain of Sheikh Ahmad el-Bagam at the abode of Sidi Radwan in the city of Ibiar." It is noticeable that this candle stand is devoid of any decoration except the band of inscription on the base.
A candlestick that is formed of a long neck and a conical base. The neck is formed of pieces of carefully formed tubes and rings that have been welded together. Their decorative elements are similar to the decorations on the base. The candlestick bears an inscription saying that it was dedicated to a mosque.
A brazier made in five pieces, it has a lobed, alternately concave and convex body, while on the rim there are wavy embossed designs. In the hollow part of the body there is a container for the burning coals. The container has two handles. The container, which is decorated with oval medallions, has a lid with two handles and a metal chain.
A censer that was used to dissemminate sweet smoke from the burning of aromatic substances. It is formed in two parts, the container for the aromatic material and the brazier, which held the burning coals. The censer is the upper part; it is in the shape of a dome with a rounded top. The brazier is supported on three legs and is connected with the censer by a metal hinge.
A copper jug used for making coffee; the coffee was boiled in the jug then poured into porcelain cups. The jug has a long handle that extends from the upper rim to near the base. There is a spout through which the coffee was poured. Four lines of Naskh inscription decorate the body.
A copper tray with a slightly prominent edge includes plant decorations in the middle. The decorations consist mainly of a drawing of a small flabellate rose surrounded by branches and leaves of plants.