The two cassone, decidedly antique, are quite unique, and have only some elements in common with some cassone considered Tuscan. The crest nestled among twining vines and held up by putti is in both cases of a Latin cross with a bull's head over the right arm of the cross. The skirt, the same on both cassoni, is antique, but perhaps added in the decades right after the cassoni's construction. The cassone bearing inventury n. 20 has one replaced foot. Probably purchased by the brothers Fausto and Giuseppe at the end of the 19th century, the cassoni are still displayed--as are all other objects in the museum--in their original places, thus contributing to the authentic "time capsule" ambiance.