Translucent cobalt blue, with handles in opaque turquoise blue; trails in opaque yellow and opaque turquoise blue. Broad horizontal rim-disk, with radiating tooling marks on upper surface; short cylindrical neck; rounded shoulder; elongated ovoid body, tapering upward to pointed bottom, with maximum diameter below the middle; convex bottom; two vertical ring handles with knobbed tails, applied over trail decoration. Turquoise blue trail attached at edge of rim-disk; a yellow trail wound horizontally around top of body; a band comprising a yellow and a turquoise blue trail wound horizontally around body underneath handles, and a second band comprising two yellow trails flanking a turquoise blue trail wound horizontally around body at point of greatest diameter. Intact, except for most of one handle; slight dulling and pitting, and faint iridescence.
1903. Collection Julien Gréau. Verrerie antique, émaillerie et poterie appartenant à M. John Pierpont Morgan. no. 5, p. 4, pl. 2.2.
Neuburg, Frederic. 1949. Glass in Antiquity. no. 18, p. 12, pl. VI (bottom row, third from left), London: Salisbury Square.