The silver candelabrum consists of a base, a shaft, branches and candle sockets.
The raised square base is topped by small dome. The sides of the square and the dome are decorated with minute geometric patterns. The shaft is a tapering square. Five branches,square in cross-section, stem from the shaft, and branch upward. Five cylindrical candle sockets are supported by the branches. They have a small rim, decorated with lines.
##c.f. Gradowsky, p.83
2. A woman's head facing leftwards. This was used as an additional mark for secondary parts of objects made between 1920-21. ##c.f.Lileyko, p.101,no. 96
3. The third hallmark is undecipherable. All three hallmarks appeared on the base.