This copper vase is inlaid with gold and silver, with a pear-shaped shaft joined downward to a high base and upward to a conical neck that widens at its opening.
A border with Naskh inscription containing the name and titles of Prince Tuquz Tumr Al-Saqi decorates the neck with circles containing flying ducks at intervals between the inscriptions.
The shaft is also decorated with a Naskh inscription border of the name and titles of the Prince Tuquz Tumr Al-Saqi and with lobed circles intersecting the inscribed border.
The lobes are adorned with golden floral designs. In the middle of these circles is the Prince's blazon with an eagle standing on a calyx. Above and under this border are two borders consisting of circles enclosing the lotus flower.
The shaft of the vase is covered with floral shoots and leaves.