This most perfect example of the Polychrome Style, which was prevalent in the Late Neolithic period, is unique on account of its form and decoration. It is hand-made (as opposed to wheel-made), with a spherical body, short neck, narrow mouth, flat base, and two vertical handles on the body's mid-section. The entire burnished surface is decorated with dark brown and red paint. The composition is identical on both sides of the vessel: intersecting curved lines delineate three large triangles. Dark semi-circles and spirals occupy the central triangles, and bright red crescent-shaped motifs fill the two lateral ones. This vase is diagnostic of the pottery found in the Dimini settlement and exceptional for its high quality.