This copper candlestick inlaid with silver is divided into a neck and a shaft.
The neck has a place to put the candle. It is decorated with some Naskh inscriptions showing the names and titles of Sultan al-Nasir Mohammad.
This is in the form of an inscribed cornice on a floral background intersected by a braided border. It represents the blazon of the Sultan, which is "The King who brings victory."
The neck is decorated in the middle with several geometrical designs forming lozenges and intersected by triple-leaved floral designs.
The shaft is encircled from the upper and lower parts with two floral decoration borders, which resemble the trunks of palm trees.
The middle part is decorated with a broad Naskh inscription border on a floral background intersected by two circles.
The circles carry the signet of the Sultan, which reads "Glory be for our Lord the Sultan, Al-Malik al-Nasir."