Rim diameter: 57mm
Water vessel (gulla) with narrow, irregular cylindrical neck, two handles, rounded body and a small base. The surface of the vessel is ribbed (concave horizontal lines). The upper part of the body is covered with banded decoration, the shapes are drawn with black lines filled with red paint. The uppermost band shows an interlace motif, next to it an arch filled with dots and with a cross-hatched pattern. Underneath, black dots are regularly spaced along the line, and below them, the motif of a plant scroll in the form of a wavy line and dots. This type of decoration, as well as zoomorphic motifs (lions, gazelles, pigeons), human busts shown in a schematic way, were common in the early Byzantine period, especially on tableware.