In this poster we present a detailed chemical analysis of the RV Tauri star of low intrinsic metallicity, V453 Oph ([Fe/H]=-2.2), which shows a mild but clear s-process surface overabundance. This result is strengthened by a relative analysis to the RV Tauri star DS Aqr of similar metal deficiency ([Fe/H]=-1.6), but without such s-process enrichment. A remarkable result is that the s-process enrichment of V453 Oph is not accompanied by a measurable C enhancement. To explain the surface abundances observed in V453 Oph, two nucleosynthesis models are considered. The first model assumes the partial mixing of protons during the radiative interpulse phase while the second scenario is based on the possible production of s-process elements within the flash-driven convective pulse only. Both models can give a satisfactory explanation for the s-process enrichment of V453 Oph, but not the simultaneous low C-abundance observed.