The small fragment represents a wedding scene (dextrarum iunctio) showing the couple and Concordia between them, who places her right arm on the woman's back and her left arm on the man's shoulders. The woman is wearing an undergarment and a cloak over it, which she has pulled over her head. The man is dressed in a toga; his left forearm and hand have been knocked away; the hand could have held a rotulus - as on parallels - but perhaps it was grasping the falling bulge of the toga. Between the couple are the upper parts of an altar on which fruits(?) are lying.
Art market, London, 1984
Private collection, Switzerland, acquired from the above
Guntram Koch, Kaiserzeitliche Sarkophage in einer Privatsammlung, in: Deutsches Archäologisches Institut (DAI) Archäologischer Anzeiger, 1993, 141f, ill. 1