This statue shows its owner in a squatting position with his body completely enveloped in a cloak. He wears a wide wig that fully exposes his ears.
His eyes are reminiscent of the details of Twenty-Fifth Dynasty statuary. The nose and mouth are large, a characteristic of features during the Kushite period. His hands are crossed on his knees.
The front of the cloak is decorated with four horizontal lines interrupted in the middle by a portrayal of the god Osiris who holds the flail and the Heka and "Was" scepters.
The back of the cloak is decorated with five lines of hieroglyphic inscriptions and the sides of the statue are decorated with four lines. Among the titles of the owner of the statue were those of a lector priest and the Third Prophet of Amun.