Double sided wooden comb decorated in the middle. One side is thicker than the other. There are two holes on both ends of the comb. The comb is decorated on both sides.
Rectangular shaped wooden tongs with decorations on one of its sides. The piece takes the shape of a book stand, usually used for reading the Quraan.
Shaving RazorFull view
A shaving razor, that is constituent of a silver tatted cover with botanical decorations, and a semi-circular blade.
Cylindrical vessel with a removable cap and holes on the bottom side to sprinkle powder on injury. It is used to dispense powder when circumcising a newborn.
Piece of weight balanceFull view
Top side of a weight balance with a hole in the middle to hang a knob and holes in both ends to hang plates.
Incense CenserFull view
Cylindrical wooden piece with many holes. A removable cap from one end has a horizontally symmetrical hole where incense matches can be placed.
Kohl ContainerFull view
Triangular leather Kohl container, that looks like a talisman from afar. A wooden stich is attached to one of its end, and a white thread is tied to it. There are traces of green and orange wax on the leather.
Indian MirrorFull view
Round Iron plate with long cylindrical knob to facilitate its carrying. Engraved on the knob s-shaped ornaments. Canaan obtained it from a member of Nammari family in 1927.
Iron horseshoe. Canaan obtained it in 1944.
Triangular lighter. Canaan obtained it from Nablus in 1931.