This Jimini heddle pulley is composed of strong, geometric forms. The triangular head of the animal represented here bears a straight nose, which divides the face into two smaller triangular areas. As seen in the catalogue illustration, the head bends forward, resting on its body. Its downward-cast, semi-circular eyes give the figure a pensive or mournful expression. The two horns break the balanced geometry, as they rise from the head at different angles. A repeated decorative zig-zagging pattern lines the body of the pulley.