Gold jug: oviform body decorated with horizontal fluting, contracting rapidly towards the small base; the plain broad neck expands at the rim, which has an open spout, the end of which has been cut off; the cast handle is octagonal in section, expanding below a circular rosette; its upper end is in the form of a lion's head, representing as biting the rim, and the bottom is secured to the wall with a single rivet; centre point on the underside.

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