Translucent purple, colorless, opaque white, opaque red, and opaque yellow; base ring in uncertain color. Horizontal rim with rounded edge; carinated, shallow side, with two convex curves; flat bottom; low applied base ring, formed from a single round trail. Composite mosaic pattern formed from polygonal sections of two similar canes: one in a purple ground outlined in white, each with a red circle surrounded a cluster of yellow rods, the other in a purple ground outlined in white, each with a red circle surrounded a cluster of white rods. On interior, central relief knob and small raised circle. Intact; half of interior covered with dulling and iridescent weathering; all of exterior covered with briiliant iridescence; limy encrustation around rim.
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