The regular shape of the vessel seems to indicate that it would have first been hand-made and then turned on a wheel. The blackish gray terracotta is covered with a black paint, whose lustrous appearance was achieved by diligent burnishing.
This axehead is made of a dark green stone mottled with black. It was carved from a long and thin fragment of jadeite. The shape recalls that of a drop, with a slender, well-rounded butt and an arched blade, which is not completely sharpened.
Made of faience and probably molded, this amulet represents a frog in stylized forms. The arched body has no indication of forelegs, while the hind legs are folded in a W-shape along the body, as if the animal was ready to spring.
The bowl is perfectly turned. The ceramic is beige, but the surface is entirely covered with colored paint. The element that makes this piece a very special, perhaps unique object, is certainly the statuette of the quadruped.