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 Heka. The inscription reads: sS nsw HqA mAa-xrw : 'The Royal Scribe Heka, true of voice. It has also been suggested it could be read sS nswyHqA mAa-xrw : The Scribe Heqanesy, 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. Joseph Mayer acquired this from the Joseph Sams collection (no. 250), perhaps bought in 1850.