Stuccoed and painted wooden bed leg in the form of a lion's head and forelegs, painted yellow and red-brown. Black details to the face include a wide band down the nose. The legs bear a chequer design in white, black, red, and green. The cornice on which it stands is red. The foot of the leg is damaged. Compare with an example in Petrie's 'Objects of Daily Use' (London, 1927) p. 45, pl. XL [11-12].