Half a ring with dark yellow color, almost peach. Used to ward off icterus. Drops from the stone are stirred with water and given for children to drink.
Amber StoneFull view
Garnet stoneFull view
A broken piece of garnet, which used to be probably round-shaped. It is fixed in position by a silver frame on which there are engravings only partially read due to a rupture in the frame. The silver frame is attached to two rings then to a lace so to wear around the neck. Canaan obtained it in 1917.
Soul BeadFull view
Oval shaped stone with different shades of color ranging from white to light brown. It is pierced in the middle in order to be used as a pendant.
Kabsa or Kabbas BeadFull view
Dark green cubical form bead pierced in its middle. Bought in 1942.
White round stone with shades of brown. The shape of the stone is spiral.
Triangular-shaped stone perforated longitudinally at its. It is used as a heart-shaped stone.
Heart shaped stoneFull view
Rhombus shaped dark green (garnet) stone of green color, perforated in one of its angles in order to be used as a pendant.
Heart shaped StoneFull view
A beautiful big heart-shaped stone. It is almost oval in shape with shades of reddish brown colors. Canaan obtained it in 1919.
Black StoneFull view
Black rectangular shape, without any engravings on its sides except for a frame. Canaan obtained it in 1917.
Moses StoneFull view
Moses stone, an equilateral triangle, without any engravings on its sides, and one broken edge. It was obtained in 1914 from Al-Nabi Mousa area.