Colorless lead glass; blown, enameled, and gilt. Slightly flared, straight-sided bucket bowl; gilt rim; enameled and gilt coat of arms on the side: gilt Earl's crown above a rococo shield divided in half vertically, a red field at the left, blue at the right, bearing three lions rampant; red and blue spotted white leopard supporter at the left, lion rampant at the right, both with crowns around their necks; foliate purple and white mantling above, emanating from the crown; ribband below, inscribed "UNG . / JE . / SERVERAY .", with white foliate sprays at left and right, floral swags below; inscribed in red-brown enamel on the reverse (script) "Beilby NCastle invt & pinxt" in an arc above a green wyvern crest on red and blue torse, with lavender and yellow scrollwork below, with sprays of white foliage at either side, straight stem, broken at the center, with the stem and foot from another goblet joined using a gilt copper sleeve; the upper stem enclosing a double series opaque white twist (multi-ply spiral tape encircling a pair of heavy spiral threads); the lower stem also enclosing a double series opaque white twist, but of different formation (four-ply spiral band encircling four four-ply spiral heavy threads); conical foot; rough pontil mark.