Most often the pears are big, sometimes medium and uneven in size. As to the shape, they are elongated, spindle-like and occasionally conical. Their skin is mat, greenish then yellow, and no flush with brown rust that covers half of the fruit surface in some years. Their stalks vary from medium to long and extend the fruit. No stalk well. The chalice well is small and shallow whereas the chalice is quite big and open. The flesh is salmon-yellow, subtle, very sweet, juicy, very tasteful.