Colorless lead glass; blown, tooled, cut, engraved, polished; engraved carafe and stopper of colorless lead glass, with ovoid body, tubular neck, trefoil spout, S-shaped handle, and a domed foot. Signed at the base of the handle "PELLATT" under a crow. The body of the vessel is decorated with three cartouches enclosing arabesques. Two of these ornaments consist of elegant floral sprays and scrolls with fruit and nesting birds. The cartouche beneath the spout depicts a stylized round table displaying five glasses. The furthest to the left is a small pedestal vase decorated with pincered decoration, reminiscent of vessels made by Jacopo Verzelini in the 17th century. The next two glasses recall the serpent-stemmed goblets from the Venetian Renaissance, followed by a fluted goblet with engraved decoration around the base of the bowl, and a small footed bowl with scalloped rim.