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.
This bottom of a vessel is made of a piece of Mamluk pottery. Painted in a blue and white coating, it is decorated with an image of a sizable bird looking backward surrounded by a blue bundle of flowers.
A collection of clay oil lamps are used for indoor lighting, they also function as heaters during cold nights. Oil lamps like these were widespread in the Islamic World, particularly among the common people.
A crescent shaped porcelain plate that appears to have been made in a European style; it is distinguished by its monochrome colors. The center of the plate is devoid of decoration except for the letters M.T. with the royal crown over them.