Flask made of thin, beaten bronze or copper, preserves traces of silver foil covering exterior. Short, flaring ring base and a globular body with a very thin, tapering neck. Beaten and punched decoration in bands covering the body and neck: (from base upward) within borders of enclosed lines of punched dots: tongues, stylized crocus or lotus flowers, ivy leaves enclosed in arcade pattern, waves, grass pattern, hatching, upright feathers on the neck. Broken across neck and base, dented and chipped; filled with wax in old restoration. This flask is so distinctive that it must be related in provenance to M10076, and is probably from the same tomb.