The broad bronze anklet is decorated with the raised head of an animal. The anklet is proportionally heavy. This type of anklet is worn even now in some areas as an ornament to enhance the attractiveness of the wearer.
The bronze door handle is in the shape of Medusa, the snake-haired woman whose gaze turned men to stone. She has frightening eyes and a prominent forehead from which two small wings emerge. Her hair is thick and snakes are coming out of her open mouth.
This gold sheet covered the mummy of King Psusennes the First, who lived during the Twenty-First Dynasty. The upper part of the cover, corresponding to the torso, is decorated with two hands holding the insignia of the god Osiris: the crook and the flail.
A headband in three parts: the first part is a flat rectangular headband with two small side bands. The second part is a gold circle soldered onto the middle of the headband, and the third part is an interior copper band covered with gold sheet.
This bracelet of Queen Ahhotep is formed with two semicircles. The right one depicts Geb, the god of earth. The other shows a falcon and a jackal-headed figure representing the souls of Buto and Nekhen.
This pectoral, a large piece of jewelry worn on the chest, of King Amenemope is in the form of a shrine with two lateral pillars. In the center is a scarab of lapis lazuli flanked by Isis and Nephthys.
This pectoral, a large piece of jewelry worn on the chest, is decorated with a winged sun disk, which signifies protection for the whole scene. The god Osiris sits on the throne wearing the atef-crown and holding the scepters of the ruler and of dignity.
A lamp with a round body and a conical base that diminishes in size to the point at which it is attached to the body. The body is decorated with three ornamental shapes that are attached by means of rivets. The shapes are those of frogs, to each of which a chain is attached.