More Tibetan style jewelry. On right there seem to be small crystal dorjes which are usually brass and have either five or nine prongs on each end, symbolizing the thunderbolt as well as a diamond.
Some statues of Tara, who serves as a savioress in tantric Buddhism, probably the inspiration of the Chinese figure of Kuan Yin, as pointed out by John Blofeld, who studied and practiced Buddhism in China just before the Communists came to power. Some wrist malas above, and ritual choppers below on table.
Some ritual masks, possibly of wrathful deity Mahakala. Below appear to be some table top prayer wheels that can be turned by a sweeping hand motion against them.
Closeup of masks. They appear to be life size, if not too delicate could be worn in ritual dancing.