Are you wanting to replicate the 5th Georgia Cavalry's flag?
If so then the red star as depicted on the two pictures works fine. Please also know that the red star and date are on this flag's front side (obverse - hoist edge to the left) and not its back side (reverse - hoist edge to the right).
The white stars have gold bullion edging to them as well.
This flag was not for battle use but instead for parades and other ceremonial duties. Some Confederate units received such flags using their regular battle flags for combat. The only exceptions to this that I have found for the flags of this Savannah, GA made pattern is the flag of the 18th Georgia Battalion (Savannah Volunteer Guards) which was captured in battle at Saylor's Creek in April, 1865 and the Emmett Rifles, taken at Ft. McAllister, in Deccember, 1864. They had possibly lost an earlier battle flag thus forcing them to use their ceremonial flag of this pattern. This flag still exists in private hands today.
One other flag of this pattern also still exists - that of the 56th Georgia - also in privtae hands.
The Emmett Rifles of Savannah, which formed as an infantry compnay connected to Olmstead's 1st Georgia Infantry but later transferred to the artillery as a light battery, also got one of these flags which was, as I mentioned above, captured in Hazen's assault on Ft. McAllister south of Savannah in December, 1864. The flag was sent to Maine for some reason and it has not been located since.