The plate is painted with blue, yellow and green colors on a gray background. In the center, the circle is framed with blue paint. On the bottom of the plate around the circle in larger triangles are placed smaller triangles of blue, yellow and green colors. Between them are circles, which are divided into two halves and filled with an ornament. Semicircles with curls inside are placed between larger rhombuses. The sides of the plate are decorated with a row of green teeth.
Gerdan is a women's necklace made of red, orange, white, black, green, yellow beads by weaving. The geometric ornament is formed by "starlets" below the medallion, which depicts a rosette arranged in a rhombus. The necklace is finished with colorful, beaded beads.
Made from potter’s clay, the tile depicts two deer facing each other surrounded by flowers and plants. The techniques used to create the tile include forming, painting, and watering. Tiles of this sort were both decorative and functional in nature.