A quadrangular mount set on its edge adorned the centre of the
lid, and a wide triangular mount its top. Between these two mounts
were smaller quadrangular mounts, while another two curved mounts
were attached to the base. Each mount has an opening in its centre
either for a precious stone or a glass-paste inlay.
The user of this tarsoly is supposed by archaeologists to be a
high-ranking man, a member of the ‘Vág-along’
Magyar Nemzeti Múzeum, Budapest - 104/1909. 66-72.
Dienes 1973, 177-213.