Roman cinerarium and lid: between double fillet and compressed waterleaf mouldings is a large name plate with similar borders flanked by two enriched Tuscan pilasters. The lid has a curved pediment ornamented with an eagle with wings half spread and an antefix on each of the four corners with enriched borders below on three sides. There are large palmettes carved on the ends / sides of the cinerarium.
Height (excluding lid): 29cm
Width (lid): 28cm
Length (lid): 27cm
Museum number: M708
Vermeule catalogue number: Vermeule 321