The tibor we are presenting here is characterized by its oval shape with its neck and handles, and is exceptional in that it possesses its original lid, in carved, polychromed wood, which repeats the floral decorative motifs of the body of the vessel. Its two faces present different iconographic designs. The front features three rounded arches supported by columns, in the middle of which we observe the crowned two-headed eagle of the Habsburgs. Said dynasty reigned as Spanish monarchs until the end of the 17th century. A lamb rests at the feet of this majestic bird, symbolizing the union of the Habsburgs with the Catholic religion. The side arches are taken up by rampant lions and hummingbirds, sipping from exuberant bell-shaped flowers. The columns are decorated with pomegranate flowers and little winged cherubim in relief, with stylized features. The lower section of the body of the tibor features a wide floral border around the entire circumference.
On the back, we observe a heart inside of which there is a coat of arms and, above this, the date 1710. The heart suggests the joining of two families, by marriage, represented in the aforementioned heraldic shield. The front is profusely decorated with plant and flower motifs, particularly roses, poppies, wisteria and bell-shaped forms. Two lions with half-open mouths rest their paws on the surface of the body of the vessel where it joins the neck, and at the shoulders there are two cylindrical handles.