This large piriform vase has a long, slightly flared, cylindrical neck with a large splayed opening. A foot ring was applied under the kicked base and two round handles with protruding wavy trails were attached on either side where the body meets the neck. A large inscriptional band in blue letters, outlined in red and divided into two sections by the handles, dominates the decorative program; the inscription, is in bold thuluth script. This inscription is set against a background of white vegetal spiral scrolls highlighted with touches of red and green enamel. A narrower band around the neck includes two stylized simurghs with long ribbonlike tails, on either side of the neck, in gold against a blue background.