The tas is made of silver and consists of a plate, a crest and a chain.
The plate is in the shape of a cartouche. It is decorated with two tappering pedestals which are surmounted by rampant lions looking backwards. They support the five and five Tables of the Covenant inscribed with the first words of the Decalogue. The frame for the calendar tablet is rectangular and set in the lower section of the plate. On the bottom is an oval protude medaillion which bears a dedicatory inscription. The plate's background is punched. The plate is framed by volutes and foliate pattern. A crest in the shape of a beaded and lobed crown is attached to the plate. The plate is hung by a chain which is inserted through three rings attached to the back of the plate. The dedicatory inscription is engraved in outline letters, and reads: The dedicatory inscription is engraved in linear letters, and reads:
" Leop Blankenberg## u. Frau## 22. August 1869/1894" "Leop Blankenberg## and(int.) his wife## 22 of August 1869/1894"