The Torah finial consists of a shaft, a body and an apex.
The cylindrical tapering shaft is encircled by a ring at the bottom and surmounted by a flattened, widening towards the top capital.
The body is composed of three parts. The lowest semi-globular part is encircled by two bands. Geometrical pattern of triangles with a point in their middle appears on the lower one and rhombuses - on the upper one.
Five rings with chains carrying bells are attached to the blank band, connecting the lower and the central parts.
The central widest cylindrical part is rounded at the top. It is decorated with the arched Tables of the Covenant, bearing ten Commandments, depicted as first ten letters of Hebrew alphabet: five on each side. Two lions facing each other flank the Tables of the Covenant. An open flower appears between the lions on the other side of the body. At the top, the part is encircled by a crown motif.
The upper dome-shaped part depicts elongated leaves radiating from the top. This part is surmounted with a concave tapering capital.
The apex, shaped as a Star of David, tops the finial.