The tubular jug, made of thin bronze sheet and beautifully decorated with engravings, comes from grave 2 and is of Celtic production. The base of the jug is made of oak wood, which is covered with a decorated bronze disc. On the lid there is a winged creature with a horse's head and a predator's body. It looks to the rear, where a bronze chain attached to its rolled tail end secures the lid to the jug. Studies suggest honey wine as the contents of the 9 liter pot.