The base of a stand that was used to hold candles. At the center, the base is higher than the rest of the piece; the lower part is decorated with a band of interlaced flowers and leaves separated by repeated blazons inscribed with the name of the Sultan Qaitbay.
Bottom of a bowl made of the material known as imitation Chinese porcelain, which was widespread in eastern Islamic areas. The decorative motif of this fragment consists of a flower with fifteen petals. The designs are in blue and black on a white background.
Brass washbasin with a ribbed edge inclined outwards; there are twelve ribs. The washbasin is decorated inside with a Kufic inscription on a floral background. The center of the washbasin is decorated, at the bottom, with a drawing of a flower that has numerous petals.
A fragment of the bottom of a bowl made of pottery glazed with mina. It bears two circles; in the smaller circle there is a polo mallet, which symbolize the post of the jukandar, the person responsible for training the sultan in the game of polo.
A fragment of the bottom of a vessel made of clay and glazed with mina. It is decorated with a sword blazon, which symbolized the person responsible for all weaponry, that of the sultan and the armory. Therefore, the vessel was probably made for a person, who once occupied this position.
A manuscript written in both Arabic and Coptic; it bears a picture of two figures, perhaps angels, who are carrying two birds. Underneath the figures, there are eight interlaced circles, containing floral designs. They are intersected by four additional circles containing crosses.