Porcelain Vial “Cobalt Rooster” combines the traditional Gzhel style and a non-standard type of vessel for alcoholic beverages. The author of the form presents the product in the form of a flattened base, on which the rooster stands. The large feathered tail and wings are lowered down, the chest has a rounded shape, and the neck has an elongated appearance. The very realistic shape of the head conveys the curves of the crest and beak. The artist describes a bird in blue. The comb and some part of the ornament transmits the feather pattern. The chest and wings are covered with large widely scattered feathers directed at the bottom. The tail is depicted in frequent long feathers with no visible white gaps. The base is presented in white with a floral pattern and vegetation in blue, while the paws and crest are presented in dark blue. Classic painting allows the Cockerel to fit into any interior and perfectly present vodka to the table.