The vessel is a type used in funerals. It is called a hydria, it has three handles, a big vertical one between the opening and the shoulder and two horizontal grips on the body of the vessel. It has a wide opening and a short neck. The shoulder of the vessel and its body are wide, but the body narrows toward the lower part, ending with a flat protruding base.
The vessel is cream colored with brown ornaments on the lower half. Rhombus shapes that are painted brown and contain white spots decorate the neck. Rhombuses are four-sided polygons whose sides are equal and parallel.
On the shoulder of the vessel, there are two strips of plant ornaments. A wave-crest frame embellishes two braids on the abdomen of the vessel. The frame ends at the tips of the handles, leaving a cream-colored space decorated with an eight-petaled flower.