The silver torah pointer consists of a hanger, a bar, and a pointer.
The upper arm is flat and narrow, with geometric designs. The forearm is flat and undulating, and it narrows towards the bottom. It is decorated on the top side by a Star of David within a circle, and bears an inscription: "ציון" "Zion"
The circle is surrounded by a foliate pattern, enclosed in a dotted border. A band with an inscription runs along the centre of the bottom part and is surrounded by a foliate pattern, framed by by a dotted border. The forearm terminates with a straight cuff and a clenched hand.
A mobile loop is inserted through a ring at the end of the upper arm.
The dedicatory inscription on the bottom of the forearm is chaised in outline letters, reads towards the pointer, and says:
"למנוחת עמנואל זוארץ ת'נ'צ'ב'ה' ב חשון תשי"
"For the repose of Emanuel Zu'arez, May his soul be bound up in the bond of life, 2nd of Heshvan, (5)710 (25.10.1949)"
It may be the city seal of Tripoli.## It is stamped on the lower end of the upper arm, on the bottom side.