In the lower part of a brown, wooden cross there is a glazed case shrine that has a gable roof. Inside the shrine one can see a small, painted figurine of Immaculate Mary. The pane is decorated with blue and crystal votive beads. A figurine of Christ that hangs in the upper part is sheltered under a small roof. The shrine is surrounded by a cast-iron, decorative fence in a neo-gothic style which is surmounted with fleurons in a lily shape and its upper part is decorated with a line of rosettes. The fence is most probably older than the present cross.