The silver finial consists of a shaft, a body, a head and an apex.
The undulating shaft is supported by a round raised base. The edge of the base is decorated with a geometric pattern in between diagonal lines.
The shaft bears vertical upright acanthus leaves and is encircled at top and bottom by compressed rings decorated with leaves.
The body is composed of two compressed cut cones. The bottom part widens upwards and is decorated with acanthus leaves. The domelike top is composed of six strips, each of which bears a pair of flowers encircled by leaves in the center done in openwork. The edges of the dome bear rings with bells attached.
The body is surmounted by a crown shaped head that bears bells as well.
The head is surmounted by an apex composed of three flowers and topped by a floral circlet.