Thick walls with circular outline. Keyhold format. Circular discus has filling hole middle, relief, and raised rim. Relief depicts Greek cross with raised rim, double(?) circles at four ends and fleurons. Shoulder has wide, shallow groove with rounded quatrefoils (Bussière-Rivel Fa/Fb). Plain channel to wickhole. Traces of burning around end of nozzle. Short, thick, solid handle extends to base ring. Wide, some high, circular base ring with plain center. Details are very blunt from worn mold.
Fabric: 10R 6/8, light red. Slip: 10R 5/8, red. Consistently fired. Late Roman African fabric: note somewhat gritty texture and uncommon, subangular, black inclusions and some small calcite particles. Semiglossy, thick, even slip everywhere preserved. Very sparse clay nodules and occasional flecks of plaster.
Four joining fragments preserve almost entire lamp except more than one half of nozzle and small part of right wall to front bottom. Very slight, extensive abrasion and pitting; very sparse, small patches of encrustation.