Tear-shaped, flat discus has large filling holes middle left and right, design in low relief, and sharply raised rim. Design depicts four fish in chiastic arrangement and oak leafs(?) in quadrants. Shoulder with rounded rim has broad groove with rows of esses, five per side (Bussière-Rivel N 15 bis). Long, rounded nozzle and a wide, straight, plain channel from the discus to the large wickhole. Traces of burning. Short, narrow, pointed, solid, fin-like handle extends down over discus rim in front and down in low ridge to base ring in back. Plain base with circular, raised ring. Decorative details are fine and sharp.
Fabric, firing, and surface description
Fabric: 2.5YR 6/8. light red. Slip: 10R 6/8, light red. North African Hayes II fabric: very fine, soft fabric with very rare, small to medium-sized, subangular to angular, white and black inclusions. Bright matte to semiglossy, fine, even slip preserved over most surfaces; soapy texture