The body is spherical in shape, the wall is engraved with ovals. The circle is embossed with convex rectangles. The lid is smooth, domed. Slots in the shape of curly rectangles and crescents are located on the crown; an additional flat ring is removable on top. Handles are made of paired plates, delicately intertwined, with short branches, attached to the body by paired overlays in the form of rectangles. Escutcheon plate is round, embossed, stylized as a flower outlet. Faucet spout is faceted, with a relief protrusion at the spout. Valve handle is curved, stylized as a plant shoot. The base is round, stepped, with a curly lower edge. Ash-pit slots are the same shape as on the crown. The legs are triangular, with slots. Protruding forward. On the lid there is a stamp: “F-ry B.G. Teile with his sons” and medal prints of the Russian Exhibition of 1889.