This glazed faience plate has a circle in its center with a drawing of an animal that has a floral branch hanging from its mouth. The branch ends with several stylized foliage. It is also surrounded by stylized floral designs.
At the edge of the bowl there are three parts occupied by illegible Kufic inscription. In the parts between the previous geometrical patterns, there are three circles each decorated with a drawing of a bird, executed in honey lustrous color on a white background. A bandage flies behind the head of the bird.