The bracelet is made of two equal halves, each with seven riveted semiglobules in three rows. Each globule in the upper two rows has a ring with two ballshaped dangles. The background of the bracelet displays large rosettes and other floral elements, and the semi-globules a multi-notches or curved lines décor. The lower rim of the bracelet has fourteen loops, each with a ring and a ball-shaped pendant.
On the inside of the bracelet is an engraved Hebrew inscription with the name of the silversmith: Hayim (?) xxx, mahasit. The term "mahasit" means "half".