This masterpiece is a small measure made of thin glass, in a shape of the frustum of a cone, used to measure substances such as oil with a high degree of accuracy.
The gold dinar gives the name of Sultan Baybars Al-Bunduqdari and has a blazon of the tiger. A script on both sides says "Al-Dinar Al-Mubarak," an unusual phrase for Islamic dinars.
The rectangular copper inkwell is decorated with scriptures in both Kufic and Naskh calligraphy, (ornamental styles of writing). The inkwell is also decorated with plant, birds and animal ornamentation.
Implements And Utensils
A candlestick, made of brass and inlaid with silver, is inscribed with the name "Ali Bin Hussein Ibn Mohammad Al-Mousili"
The manuscript page is illustrated with a drawing in black ink that portrays two warriors standing beside a tree with many branches, upon which two birds in a back to back position
The Ardebil small basin is made of brass with some areas decorated with geometric and floral designs.
A Minai ware plate, ornamented with a drawing of four people seated around a table, may be considered "aristocratic" pottery.
This gold coin with the name of Sultan Ashraf Barsbay was minted in Cairo in AH 829 (AD 1425).
The gold dinar, minted in Cairo in the name of Sultan Ashraf Barsbay, has a phrase engraved with naskh calligraphy.
This is the base of an underglazed painted Mamluk bowl decorated with a group of poorly painted fish.
Receptacle / Vessel
This is the base of an underglazed pottery bowl, in the center of which is a flower with six almond-shaped petals.
Bottom of Vessel
This underglazed base of a bowl has a center with floral motifs and rows of five-lobed leaves, each containing three blue dots.
All that remains of this bowl is the base, decorated with a small circle surrounded by a larger circle. The underside bears the signature of the artist, Ghozail.
This brass basin with a rim, body, and foot is decorated with plant designs and Naskh inscriptions.
This basin of Qaitbay has many straight sides with a flat bottom and a rather wide rim.
The sides of the basin curve inward slightly. The basin bears the name of its owner and is decorated with medallions containing animals and flowers.
The black ink drawing on an irregular piece of paper depicts a man with detailed features in a turban and baggy trousers.
A pottery tile with a black and blue drawing on a white background under a transparent glaze is dominated by a drawing of a huge mosque lamp hanging on a chain.
This small bottle made of transparent glass was used for medical purposes such as urine and drug test examination.
Surgical or Medical Implement
This is the bottom of a vessel made of Mamluk faience, painted with blue and white under glaze.