Translucent purple glass; stamped. Medallion: circular, impressed on one side with circular stamp (D. 8.4 cm). Decoration is in relief (Th. 0.25-0.1 cm) and consists of horseman riding from viewer’s right to left while holding falcon, and hunting dog, hare, and second bird, all within narrow raised border (D. 8 cm). Rider has head and torso turned toward viewer, with proper right arm folded across his chest, left arm partly extended to his left, and head slightly inclined as if looking at falcon. Rider has elaborate triangular headdress with projections on either side, and long tassels hanging from them; he wears elaborate coat- or caftan-like garment fastened with belt or sash and with long sleeves and a frilly hem, above which is a design resembling a half-palmette; his visible (proper left) leg appears to be protected by knee-length boot. Falcon, perched on rider’s proper left fist, is shown in profile facing viewer’s left; it has large tail and its visible wing is slightly open. Horse is shown in profile, galloping and with all four legs visible. Its tail is knotted, perhaps with ribbon, and it has bridle, rein, saddle cloth (saddle cannot be seen), and breeching strap with decorative pendant, all with beaded outlines. Between heads of rider and horse, one bird with long tail and folded wing appears to be running toward viewer’s right. Between and below front and hind legs of horse, hunting dog with long tail and jaws open to show prominent teeth, runs toward viewer’s right in pursuit of hare, which looks backward over its shoulder. Undecorated side has slightly uneven surface.