Designed to provide sustenance to its deceased owner in the afterlife, this charming model represents four kitchen attendants hard at work. The scene is arranged on a rectangular base that has been fitted together from two planks of wood. In the front, a standing man balances a circular tray on his left shoulder. It held baked goods, most of which are now missing. Behind him, a miller kneels down to grind grain. To the right of the server, a brewer bends over to strain beer mash in a tall vat, the results of his labor stored in a smaller vessel beside him. The brewer stands in front of a fire stacked with molds full of baking bread, which is being tended by another member of the team, who is seated on the ground. Wooden models included in burials of this period cover a range of subjects, including boats sailing up and down the Nile, offering bearers, and agricultural pursuits. These scenes, inspired by daily life, were meant to aid their owners after death. Because bread and beer were two main staples of the ancient Egyptian diet, depictions of baking and brewing were particularly popular.