The silver Torah Shield is rectangular and terminates with a semicircular arch. It consists of a plate.
A recatngualr plaque topped by a pointed arch is located in its center. It bears a dedicatory inscription written in square filled letters which read:
נדב שנת תר'ט
"This tzitz belongs to the society mirkavot Aminadav (of coachmen?) donated in the year 609 (1849)".
Two square columns with foliage capitals flank the plaque. They are superimposed by a undulating, downward facing serpent. A lion rampant regardant flanks the columns. A spread winged eagle with a branch grasped in each claw surmounts the plaque. A crown situated in the arch is located above the head of the eagle. Leafed branches at the base of the arch are intertwined with animals. The center animal is a deer regardant. Perched above him is a bird. Flanking the deer at his left is a woodpecker and at his right, a goat. Both face inwards.
The shield is framed by a foliate chain.