Description: Upright oval, flat. Shape probably 8–9. Haematite. Side B abraded, set in a modern gold mount with revolving bezel (1808).
Already at the Museum in 1806.
A: Psyche stranding to right, her head turned back to the left. The goddess wears a mantle, her hands are shown in a gesture of rejection. To the right, kneeling, nude Eros, facing Psyche and raising his hands in a gesture of begging.
B: Greek inscription in five lines: νικα|[.]οπλ|ηξδι|καιω|σ → variant of νιχαρωπληξ, δικαίως. 'Justly.'
Zwierlein-Diehl, AGWien III on CBd-2455
Michel, DMG, 15.2.c_2.