Tear-shaped body. Oval, slightly concave discus has raised rim and jeweled Latin cross with raised rim surrounded by three filling fill holes. Shoulder has wide groove and irregular herringbone in relief. Rounded, slightly projecting nozzle flanked by double angled grooves with small groove from discus to wickhole flanked by single circles; traces of burning. Low, solid handle with two grooves attaches to discus-rim and extends to base. Flat, plain base with two almond-shaped grooves around incuse figure of simple branch; two circles at base of handle and top of figure. Slight joining ridge and webbing.
Fabric, firing, and surface description
5YR 7/4, pink. Late Roman Athenian fabric: medium fine, slightly soft with rare to uncommon, very small, subrounded to subangular, black inclusions and rare, small, subangular, white inclusions; very rare, small voids. Unslipped.
Intact but missing large chip from right shoulder. Moderate, extensive abrasion and pitting; slight, extensive patches of encrustation.