Like most Qajar-period glass vessels, this sprinkler is monochromatic with an elegant profile and minimal surface ornamentation. Characterized by a bulbous body and very high, narrow neck this form was one of the most common in late-medieval Persian glass. The small tapered mouth was used to sprinkle fragrant water infused with rose petals and other perfumes. A trail has been applied along the neck in a spiral, and applied goffered bands adorn the four delicate handles of the vessel. The elegant silhouette emphasizes its lightness and fragility.