Light yellowish brown glass; blown in three-part mold. Cylindrical, tapering towards base. Rim slightly everted, unevenly cut, smoothed by fire-polishing; below rim shallow wheel incisions; body has straight side tapering towards base; flat base with concentric ridges and central dot. Molded decoration of four panels separated by columns with stepped bases and tall capitals; above capitals, alternating flame-like motifs and loops; above panels, gabled tops; below bases, string-course. Each panel has one standing figure: (a) the Roman god Mercury (male holding caduceus and purse or tortoise-shell) (b) the personification of Winter (female carrying staff with dead birds or animals and bow); (c) the hero Hercules (male carrying dead large animal), (d) Hymen (figure of uncertain sex with amphora and staff or sickle).