One face is decorated with a series of lines forming a diamond that run from the perforation to the rim.
In the "Finds Recording Guide", Geake (2001, p66) points out that: "The function of lead weights would have varied, from spindle-whorls to fishing weights to trade weights." She adds that spindle…The spindle whorl is sub circular in shape, and lentoid in section.
One face is decorated with a series of lines forming two overlapping diamonds that run from the perforation to the rim.
The decoration derives from medieval long cross coins but the impressed fleur is more suggestive of the Post Medieval period, though it may indicate reuse.
There is an inscription around the outer border divided by a cross.
As the rest of the figurine is missing it is very difficult to accurately date.