Translucent cobalt blue with opaque white overlay. Flat underside; top surface with shallow relief decoration. In relief in white, head and upper torso of a naked youthful satyr, facing left with head in profile and back in three-quarter view, and proper right left dropped before him and head slightly raised; he appears to be lifting a large circular object, part of which survives in front of him to the left. Broken on all sides; dulling, slight pitting, patches of creamy weathering and iridescence. The fragment comes from a flat panel of glass, probably a plaque rather than a vessel.
Richter, Gisela M. A. 1928. "Recent Accessions of the Classical Department." Bulletin of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, 23 (3): p. 82.