The exhibited jug got to the ethnographic collection of the Balaton Museum from Balatonhenye and then to the exhibition area of the Taverna. The decoration of the single-colour, green lead-glazed ceramics is embossed and engraved. Its inscription says that "The jug of the Mountain of Koveskal was made in Kapolts by potter Andras Nagy Anno April 1805"; "Gabor Györfi, Master of the Wine Community","Notarius" and the "Gentlemen of the Jury" can also be seen on the jug. The engraved labels are bounded and separated by a convex decoration, with lions on the sides, and a double-headed bird (eagle) with bunches of grapes in the middle. The jug is a unique piece made to order.