Made of brown color, mold-blown with a youthful face on either side, the flask’s tubular neck extends into a splayed lip with an in-folded rim. The mold is quite well realized and presents the slightly chubby countenance of a young boy, perhaps the young Dionysos. The overall surface retained most of its original fire polish.
cf: Toledo Museum glass collection, Mold blown glass, no. 1454, pp. 226-227.