Wooden kohl pot in the shape of a column with a palm-leaf capital. Down the front is a single vertical line of inscription, written in black with a yellow background. The name of the owner appears to be Hekaneswy. The inscription reads: sS nsw/nsy HqA mAa-xrw : 'The Royal Scribe Heka, true of voice or The Scribe Heqnesy, true of voice'. The base is in a deeper coloured wood, possibly cedar. There are traces of the cosmetic still at the bottom of the pot. Josph Mayer acquired this from the Sams collection (no. 250).