Solid silver plate, rectangular and rounded at the top, depicting the Flagellation of Christ or Christ at the Column.
Christ stands with his body tilted slightly forward, his hands tied behind his back, leaning against a column, symbolizing one of the instruments of the Passion. On either side, two soldiers hold a flagrum whip, characterized by its fine, twisted and knotted strings.
The bottom of the plaque simulates the stones of a wall.
At the bottom, two Augsburg silver hallmarks from the early 18th century:
- pine cone in an oval frame.
- T above a G ? in a round frame.
The carved and molded wood frame is also arched at the top and decorated with scrolls and stylized flowers.