The beads and cabochons are sewn onto a dyed woolen cloth.
The shrine contains a small statue of Amitayus and has an effigy of Amitabha or Shakyamuni at the top.
This tea cup and its lotus-shaped holder are richly decorated with a floral and foliate pattern. The lid has a turquoise finial. This type of tea set is known as dhakya.
The lid on this one is richly embossed with dragons on a foliate background, topped with a lotus flower and a jade finial. The stand is missing.
The cups have a lid decorated with an embossed pattern and a coral finial. The stem of the lotus holders is decorated with animals.
Tibetan women traditionally wore in their headdress a round silver ornament inlaid with turquoise and coral and decorated with an embossed pattern (or several). It is unusual for this object to be decorated with skulls.
The shape of the amulet box on this necklace is unusual.
The historical buddha is seated on a lotus, calling Earth to witness with his right hand, the other holding an alms bowl. In front of him, there are two arhats.