Pitcher. Transparent greenish brown; few obvious bubbles. Body blown in dip mold; handle pincered. Pitcher: cylindrical. Rim has six lobes, with rounded lip; neck cylindrical, with vertical sides, folded near bottom to create raised “collar” (H. 1.3 cm) with three thicknesses of glass; shoulder slopes and has rounded edge; wall straight and tapering slightly, rounded at bottom; base plain, slightly concave; pontil mark large and irregular (max. W. 1.8 cm). Handle with strap-shaped cross section dropped onto bottom of shoulder, drawn up and in, and attached to outside of rim, with semicircular thumb-rest near upper attachment. Handle and thumb-rest pincered with tool that formed two vertical groups of three pyramidal bosses on handle and two bosses on thumb-rest. Bottom of neck (below "collar"), shoulder, wall, and underside of base have overall honeycomb pattern, with individual compartments placed in horizontal rows and arranged in quincunx. At bottom of neck: intermittent row of impressed dots above continuous row of 30 small, rather irregular hexagons. On shoulder: two rows of 30 hexagons. On edge of shoulder and wall: four rows of 30 hexagons above one row of 17 compartments that were stretched along their vertical axis and extend under base. On base, radiating from center: origin of compartment in bottom row on wall, with kite-shaped rather than hexagonal motifs.