Colorless glass with grayish tinge, bubbles and seeds; opaque white lattimo glass; blown, vetro a retorti, applied. Conical, slightly flaring shape, with kicked-in base and rough pontil mark; tri-lobed, fire-polished rim with applied prunt that has been pinched into seven protrusions; drawn-out long, attenuated spout with broken-off rim; two vermicular collars applied and cast-off on neck of vessel. Except for collars and prunt, all glass surfaces are decorated with vetro a retorti consisting of broad canes (ten on body), each with nine twisted strands. The canes do not meet in the center of the base, and also end shortly below the rim. Spout forms part of the body: hot glass has been applied to the body and drawn out, pulling the glass and some of the filigrana decoration. One twisted cane has somewhat superfluously been squeezed between the others, which are fairly well distributed. In a few occasions, the tube-shape of the individual lattimo threads is visible.