Mounts forming trefoil palmette bunches, positioned at about 10-15
mm from each other, used to decorate the border of the tarsoly
lid. Four smaller in the corners and one bigger, quadrate-shaped
mounts were riveted on the lid. Similarly to the closing system
of the plate-covered tarsoly-s, as well as to that of the mount-ornamented
tarsoly of Budapest-Farkasrét,
this tarsoly must have been locked by a closing strap sewn to
the leather lid at its reverse, at the centre lower part. This
closing strap must have been threaded through a leather locking-ring
hidden under the tarsoly lid. A drop-shaped mount was fixed at
the strap end. Closest analogies to these mounts are the ones
from Csernyigov and Újfehértó-Micskepuszta.
The set of mounts show signs of heavy wear, thus indicating
a long use.