A cedar wood box and lid. The box is a cuboids with five pieces slotted together, with the four sides nailed to the base. Three of the sides have panels of incised, horizontal lines. The two shorter sides each have two holes, through which a length of string is tied. The lid is oblong and made from two pieces of wood. On of the pieces is damaged and one end has a lip. The underside has two additional pieces of wood on the underside.
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