The ringed-shaped base is two-stepped and the body conical with grooves. On the wide neck, on each side, there are two small, round projections. The rim is outturned and two Satyr masks are attached to the base of the vertical, twisted handles. The pot is covered inside and out with black lustrous glaze and once had West slope decoration on its outer surface which is not preserved.
Vogeikoff, N., Hellenistic Pottery from the South Slope of the Athenian Acropolis (διδακτορική διατριβή), Bryan Mawr College, 1993, σελ. 147, εικ. 79, πίν. 208, αρ. κατ. D 21 Vogeikoff-Brogan, N., «Late Hellenistic Pottery in Athens: A New Deposit and Further Thoughts on the Association of Pottery and Societal Change», Hesperia Supplement 69, 2000, σελ. 300, εικ. 5, αρ. κατ. 12