The silver Torah shield is rectangular and terminats by a hemicircular arch.
The Tables of the Covenant are depicted in the centre, inscribed with the begining of the ten comandments. The tablets are flanked by a unicorn on right and by a lion on left. The two beasts are depicted in their bust, back to back while the unicorn that has a collar around his neck, is regardant, the crowned lion is gardant and has a human face.
Above the tablets is a stripe bearing a dedicatory inscription. In two lines from rihgt to left in square and blacked letters it reads:
"ז"נ )זו נדבת( ר' אברהם ב"ר )בן רבי( לוי הכהן עם בנו)י( שמואל"
"This is a donation of Rabbi Avraham son of Rabbi Levi Ha-Cohen with is son (?) Shmuel."
The stripe is surmounted by the joined hands of the priestly benediction on which a crown is mounted. The fingers and the crown are rased over the shields upper border. Below the tablets is a medallion bearing the date. In square filed letters it reads:
"שנת ##תרס"ב" "The year (5)662 (1902)"
The medallion is surrounded by a flower like frame and is flanked on both sides by a horn of planty from which emerge flowers and leaves . A similar design of flowers forms a background to the upper part of the Torah shield which is all framed by a wieded line.
2. Attached to the first hallmark is another one which depicts the cypher :12, within a rectangular frame. This is a quality mark that was used in different places in easter Europe, by itself it is unidentified.
There is a possibility that these two hallmarks are united to one hallmark.##3. The hallmark depicts cfthe initials: WI, or IM, within a rectangular frame. This halmark is unidentified.