This sabil has a gentle bow-fronted form with wooden eaves and three cusped arches around bronze grilles, with a marble inscription above the central arch. It was moved by the Comité in the 1950s from its original location to a spot further west along the road as part of a road-widening project, and now stands isolated behind a small garden.
Warner, Nicholas. The monuments of historic Cairo: a map and descriptive catalogue, 76, 153. Cairo: American University in Cairo Press, 2005.