Intricate brass support with a cupperhood in the shape of a cobra that holds a brass bowl. The bowl has a perforated hole that is used to drip liquid. Original description from Colin Turnbull reads "brass Vvandi bowl support Lingham in clothed Lotus."
Brass clothing buckle with two prongs, discovered with fabric still attached. Front face of buckle has stamped marks "G", "&", heraldic symbol, "C", and numbers, with prong bar face reading "SOLIDE". Reverse face of buckle has stamped mark "1860" with "PARIS" on reverse side of prong bar. Images show buckle following removal from submarine interior and initial cleaning, front face of buckle following rinsing, cleaning, and thorough drying, and reverse face of buckle following rinsing, cleaning, and thorough drying.
Brass buckle with two prongs, possibly from a vest. Images show buckle following removal from the submarine interior with surrounding sediment and textile, and buckle following rinsing, cleaning, and thorough drying.