This highly decorated box stands on four short legs covered in silver. The sides are divided by horizontal ivory strips into upper and lower rectangular panels.
These ivory panels, which are also used to imitate a framework construction, are decorated with Hieroglyphic text between a pair of ruled lines filled with black paint. Each side panel is decorated with hieroglyphs. The Ankh, sign of eternal life, and "Was" scepter, symbol of prosperity and well-being, stand on the "Neb" sign for gold.
The interior of the box is divided into 16 rectangular compartments, which were designed to hold either gold or silver cosmetic vessels.