Vase. Colorless with yellow (honey-colored) tint and with many small and large, often spike-like bubbles and few large blowing-spirals; slight wear, interior slightly dull; free blown, gilded and enameled, applied handles. Vase: Pear-shaped body with concave base having very rough pontil mark, applied ring-base with airtrap, cylindrical neck with wide flaring top, rim with airtrap folded outwards; a pair of snake-like wavy handles with one large loop applied to shoulder and neck. Decoration from bottom to top; golden fish with red outlines, an Arabic inscription - gold with blue filling "in relief" - repeating "the Wise" together with two medallions in gold with blue dots showing arabesques, on the shoulder arabesques in gold with blue dots and two medallions on each side showing arabesques in gold and floral motifs in green, blue, red, yellow and white "in relief", around the neck arabesques in gold with multicolored dots "in relief" and with two medallions (coat-of-arms) showing a golden rosette with six leaves on a red background "in relief", this frieze being bordered by two narrow bands with arabesques and blue dots, below rim another frieze with fish. The handles join the shoulder at pointed golden medallions or "Norman shields".