The incised decoration on the front of this box shows Kemeni presenting ointment to Amenemhat IV. The inlaid inscription around the top of the lid contains the names of the king on the front and reads, from the front right to the back: "A royal offering of (the crocodile god) Sobek, lord of the wetlands, giving a good burial and being led to a state of honor, to the ka (life force) of the secretary of the king's breakfast in preparing the tables of the Lord of the Two Lands, roomkeeper and cupbearer Kemeni possessor of honor and justified." In the inscription from the front to the left, Kemeni is called "born by Any."The box contains a mirror (26.7.1351) that is inscribed for "The Great of the Southern Ten" Reniseneb, and four stone ointment jars (26.7.1439a, b–26.7.1442). None of these objects were actually found in the box, only in its vicinity.