|Period||Sui and Tang dynasties|
|Findspot||Tomb No. 243 Hsiao-t'un, Yin-xu Site|
|Geographic Location||Hsiao-t'un village, Anyang, Honan province, China|
|Dimension||L. 7.8 cm; W. 5.8 cm; D. 1.9 cm|
The unpatterned rectangle box was found as two cases buckled together. Normally, porcelain boxes were made in a rounded shape and used as powder cases or incense containers in the Tang and Song dynasties.