Miniature four-pointed faceted gilt metal star with crown and loop suspension; the face with crossed swords and a circular oak wreath imposed, a ribbon centrally bearing the dates ‘1914-15’, the royal cipher ‘GV’ (for King George V) below; the reverse plain with impressed maker's name ‘K. G. LUKE / MELB.’; diameter 20.58mm (0.81 inch); on replaced correct ribbon.
The Star was instituted in 1918 and awarded to those who had served in any theatre of war between 5 August 1914 and 31 December 1915 but had not already been awarded the 1914 Star. K.G.
Luke were medal and trophy makers active in Melbourne, Victoria until about 1974.