The paper presents a recently discovered silver leg overlays and a fragment of a wooden leg, which belonged to an item of luxury furniture (most probably a throne) of the Achaemenid type in the vicinity of the «royal» Barrow-mound no. 1 of the Filippovka Barrow-ground. A complex study of the unique finds (isotope analysis, metallography, attribution of wood art) gives grounds to suppose that this piece of furniture was most probably made in the eastern part of the Achaemenid state. In ancient times the throne was broken and repaired, but the repair was made by less skilful craftsmen and probably in another workshop. Special attention is paid to the place of the find, the space between the barrow-mounds. Such situation may prove that barrow- grounds of the early nomads at the foothills of the South Urals were not just burial places, but could be used as sanctuaries.