Cauldrons (or Cups) is the suit of water in Tarot of the Old Path. I think, although I am not sure, that it is also attributed to the season of Winter.
The main feature of this card is a large, three-legged cauldron. It is decorated with three crescent moons. These "threes" are meant to represent the Triple Goddess - Maiden, Mother, Crone. There appears to be a liquid inside the cauldron, perhaps something like the waters of life.
Behind the cauldron is a rock wall with water streaming down into a pool. At the front of the card grows celandine, which represents "joys yet to come."