The bracelet is composed of two hollow tubes, with one inserted into the other, once pinned in place. At the join is a band decorated with two rows of opposing granulated triangles. Each end terminates in a ram head with ridged, underslung horns, and a collar similarly ornamented with granulated triangles. Bracelets with animal or monster head terminals were popular during the Achaemenid period. For another also with ram head terminals, different in style, see the example from the Oxus Treasure, no. 164 in J. Curtis and N. Tallis, Forgotten Empire, The World of Ancient Persia.