Pitcher. Transparent very pale green glass, with opaque turquoise blue trail, transparent blue animal, and one greenish blue ring; blown, applied. Pitcher, with truncated conical body. Rim plain, with rounded lip; neck cylindrical; shoulder slopes, with overhanging rounded edge; wall straight and tapering; base has tubular foot ring made by folding, and kick; pontil mark roughly circular (D. about 1.4 cm); center of floor has small ring-like projection. Handle extends from near edge of shoulder to just below rim and consists of three trails, which together make openwork pattern (from bottom to top): (1) vertical, dropped onto shoulder, drawn up, over, down, attached to shoulder, then drawn up, over, and down again, and reattached to shoulder, so that it resembles lower-case letter "m," but with gap between sides of central upright; (2) as (1); (3) similar to (1) and (2), but stretched, vertical at bottom, and horizontal at top; projecting from horizontal part of (3), thumb-rest in form of blue animal overlooking rim; it has prominent head and tail, but no other discernable features. Rim and top of neck have thin turquoise trail, applied before handle, and wound 2 1/3 times around circumference. Opposite handle, on upper and mid-section of neck, two small vertical loops, each supporting one ring: very pale green in upper loop and greenish blue in lower loop.