The body is in the shape of a vase, the wall is smooth. On the body there is an engraved image of an eagle, the monogram “UP 1824” framed by branches. The lid is smooth with a high pommel and a ring-shaped protrusion in the upper part. On the lid on the edge there is an inscription: “Keeper Peter Silin”. The ring is figured, with a ring-shaped protrusion in the central part and a wide upper side bent outward, cut-out rings of a round shape. The cap is molded in the shape of a duck. The handles are high, loop-shaped, attached to the body with fishtail-shaped pads. Escutcheon plate is round, Faucet spout is smooth, with a hook-shaped protrusion at the nose. Valve handle is triangular in shape, of three arches. A neck is wider at the bottom and a stepped base. Ash-pit slots are round. The base is square, the legs are round short rods on a spherical base.