Colorless glass; blown, handle applied, decoration painted with lustre. Drinking horn with plain rim, thickened rounded lip; upper wall straight, with slight taper; lower wall curves down and out, and continues to taper terminating in bulb, which is solid except for small, tear-shaped bubble at center; no pontil mark. Single handle with circular cross section dropped onto upper wall, drawn out, vertically down, and in, and reattached to wall just below mid-point, with excess glass drawn up along its side. Decorated on body and handle with transparent greenish yellow and transparent to translucent yellowish brown lustre. On body, three continuous horizontal bands of ornament (from top to bottom): (1) bordered immediately below rim by broad yellow band above narrow brown band, three large, upward-pointing motifs resembling urns containing foliage, with additional foliage on either side of foot, alternating with two smaller, downward-pointing motifs resembling suspended garlands, with two even smaller vegetal motifs above and below upper handle attachment, all in brown or brown and yellow; (2) bordered at top by yellow band between two narrow brown bands, three upward-pointing trumpet-shaped vegetal motifs alternating with three vertical lines accompanied by dots and other small elements, in brown or brown and yellow; (3) bordered at top by yellow band between two narrow brown bands, five long, tear-shaped motifs and other small elements, again in brown and yellow; bulb painted yellow; handle painted brown and yellow. Glass contains tiny spherical and elongated bubbles.