Rectangular quilted bedspread, constituted by two layers of white cotton fabric, with a cotton lint filling, held in place by the embroidery stitches that decorate the piece. The embroidery is executed with of slack polychromatic silk thread, predominantly in back-stitch. The quilt is finished with a fringe of striped silk in the colours of the embroidery.

The design is based on a geometric pattern. A series of circles fill the ground, while the intersection of straight lines form the border, inside of which there are diamond shaped reserves. The motifs which predominate are of a floral character, exotic birds and some riding scenes. The motif of the central medallion, a pelican feeding its young with its own blood, is highly symbolic, not only for its association with paternal love, but also because in Christian iconography it is associated with the Eucharist.