Silver. Over a flat stand, an eight-fold ribbed body with a smooth, faceted wall and hinged lid. The lid is adorned with a delicate, wavy decorative band, divided into two parts, with the edge slightly chamfered and centrally curved. Correspondingly designed, the stand is low and displayed. A visible push button serves as a closure. Signed, tremolo stroke, hallmark, master Lambrecht von der Burg (became a master in 1697), date letter "S". Weight approximately 155 g. Height 3.9 cm, 9.4 cm x 9.4 cm. See also reference to Andren, p. 34-35, fig. 34 and p. 90, fig. 442, 444, 446: here a nearly identical box from the year 1704 by another master is depicted in the catalog of the National Museum Munich, Swedish Silver, 1991, fig. to no. 14. A fine Swedish Baroque silver lidded box by Lambrecht von der Burg (master since 1697). Test, assay and master's mark, date letter "S". Sweden, Stockholm. 1706.