Spherical bronze thurible. Three perimetral chains are joined to and support the crucible by means of three wrought iron rods. At the top, the chains drop down from the handle, also made of wrought iron and with three curved arms hanging from a ring. A fourth central chain hangs from this top ring and, at the other end, attaches to the lid of the thurible.
The top half of the sphere features small rectangular and square holes alongside bigger and more numerous holes in the form of a cross. The bottom of the thurible is formed by a circular base.
It came from the church of Santa Margarida de Pampe, Castellar de la Ribera (El Solsonès).