Colorless, with bubbles (some large) and scale. Blown, applied, and facet-cut. Ewer: pear-shaped. Rim everted, with rounded lip and pinched pouring spout; wall straight and flaring, then curving down and in at bottom; base is disk-shaped, with rounded edge; pontil mark partly removed by grinding. Handle with oval cross section dropped onto lower wall, drawn out and up, then in, and attached to outside of rim, with pinched thumb rest at highest point. Edge of rim thinned by grinding and polishing. Wall is decorated with hollow facets, none of which touches its neighbors: at top, row of three subcircular and oval horizontal facets above row of four horizontal oval facets; below this, occupying most of front and sides of body, panel framed at top and sides by more or less straight cuts, and containing five rows of horizontal oval facets (with, from top to bottom, six, six, seven, eight, and eight facets) and one row of 14 or 15 vertical oval facets. Handle has minor patches of grinding on one side and two irregular hollow facets at bottom.