This incense box, in the shape of a cruciform church, is an interesting example of mixture of different styles and decorative elements. The sides of the box are adorned with large, gilded, stylised flowers and sinuous leaves, worked in low relief. On its cover stand five elevated domes. The dome in the centre is taller than the others, while all of them bear crosses at their top. At the four corners of the box, as well as in the centre of three of its four sides, are placed cylindrical towers, in a degenerated Gothic form, that begin from the base of the box and end up in a conical apex. The box is used by the Deacon for incense, especially during Vigil and Feast days.