Very small size cosmetic jar with flat base, wide shoulders and constricted mouth. There are two horizontal lug handles, one of which is broken. The pot is made of serpentine type B stone that is veined green, brown, white and black. Dated by Garstang to Dynasty 1 or earlier. This may be from John Garstang's 1900 season for the Egyptian Research Account, or his later excavations between 1906 and 1909 for the University of Liverpool.