Decorated with a Dionysiac scene, depicting the god Dionysus seated on a chair and holding a drinking horn out towards a revelling satyr. Vine tendrils fill the field with a double band of linked dots above. Three rows of dots decorate the rim.
An olpe is a small jug characterised by a mouth that is continuous rather than articulated with a spout. The type was predominantly used as a pouring vessel, and therefore they often contained scenes relating to the god of wine, Dionysus. For similar examples see Beazley Archive no, 11755 and 12574.