Translucent aquamarine glass, bubbly with dull surface, patches of iridescent weathering film; case, ground and polished. Fragment preserves rim and body of a heavy tray, edge ground smooth and beveled, tapers in and down to a thick flat body as far as preserved; the outer ledge is profiled with a shallow groove followed by a wide band concave in profile, the inner edge of which bends sharply down and in to the floor of the tray; the floor retains two lines of inscription; an N on the upper line, then PI on the second line; the underside of the tray corresponds to the elaborate profile on the top, first a concave quarter round groove with an abraded line down its center, this followed by a flat wide band set at an angle to the bottom of the tray which is highlighted by a wheel-cut groove ca. 1 cm. in from the outermost edge; the underside of the tray retains many short roughly parallel polishing scratches. The beveled edge has similar scratches at an angle to those on the bottom.