Circular outline. Circular, concave discus has central filling hole with flat(?) rim, rays, and raised rim with narrow, rounded framing ring; small circular airhole at front rim. Somewhat narrow, sloping shoulder has grapevine motif of three sharp leaves and two grape clusters with springy tendrils per side. Elongated, flat, kite-shaped nozzle; traces of burning. Back of handle with two grooves terminates at point just above base ring. Circular, slightly concave base has rounded ring around incuse signature: ΛΕ (branch below center? for Λεοντέωϲ). Details are blunt, and rays are very faint, from worn morn.
Fabric, firing, and surface description
Middle Roman Athenian lamp fabric: somewhat soft, reddish.
Ten joining fragments preserve roughly one third of discus, one half of shoulder, lower handle, entire nozzle, and most of base. Severe, extensive abrasion and sparse chipping; sparse patches of encrustation on bottom.