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.
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.
The bell is a calotte shape and is richly decorated. The handle is decorated with two representations of the dwarf god Bes and the sides are decorated with four different motifs. It was found without its tongue and its suspension ring.
The bone stick was used to apply kohl, an eye paint used to enhance beauty and protect the eyes. One side ends in a point while the other side ends in what looks like the bowl of a spoon. It does not have a kohl pot cap.
This cylindrical box is decorated with Naskh calligraphy. The cover, which has sloping sides, is attached to the box by a hinge and may be tightly closed by means of a long lock. The border of the cover includes a line of animals chasing each other.
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.