A complete piriform copper-alloy seal box of the Roman period. The hinged lid is decorated with enamel, which is contained in two cells. One cell is heart-shaped and at the centre, and the other forms a border around it. Both cells are filled with red enamel, but the colour and texture of each is slightly different, and they may originally have been complementary shades. The metal between the cells has traces of tinning or silvering. The bottom of the box has three holes in triangular formation, and there are the usual slots on each side for the cord. There is ferrous corrosion around the hinge, suggesting that the pin is of iron.