The front of the arc-shaped buckle is cast and details chased. The design displays a central rosette with four tear-shaped elements and four small rosettes. This central element is framed by an elaborately chased floral design. The back of the buckle is blank. The front follows the shape of the central rosette. The hole through the back still has the ring and the clasp preserved.
The back shows an engraved inscription in Hebrew with the name of the silversmith: Yahya Kassar, mahasit. The term "mahasit" means "half."