The flat rimon is in the shape of Star^of^David~. It is made of silver and consists of a shaft, a body, and a head.
The cylindrical tapering shaft is is decorated with winding strips of geometrical pattern. Runners of geometric pattern encircle the upper and lower borders. The shaft is surmounted by a domed capital with a wavy rim. The capital is decorated with a leaf circlet bearing a geometrical pattern. The borders are encircled by a geometrical band. Chains hang from the capital and carry flattened and slit drop-shaped bells. The body has the shape of a Star^of^David. A medallion in the centre bears a dedicatory inscription. On one of the Rimonim there is a fish is depicted below the inscription. The medallion is encircled by an inscription in outline letters: תורה צוה לנו משה מורשה קהלת יעקב ! (Deut. 33:4) !
Another dedicatory inscription appears within arched frames. The triangles of the star are decorated with a flower.
The head consists of two counterposed Paisley leaves surmounted by a crescent and a bud. The crescent carries two bells at its tips and bears the inscription: כתר תורה !Crown of Torah!
The flower bud at top is decorated with a Star of David.
The dedicatory inscriptions are engraved in outline letters.
The inscription in the medallion on one side of the body reads:
בשם ##נשמת ##דבורה בת #אהרון !In the name##of the soul##of Deborah daughter of ##Aaron!
On the other side of the body:
בשם##נשמת##אליהו בר )בן רבי(##גבריאל##עב !
In the name##of the soul##of Elijah son of Rabbi (int.) ....!
The inscription in the arched frames reads:
יום אש )א שבת( רח )ראש חודש( אלול תשכה תע !
Sunday the first of Elul (5)725=(29.8.1965). ....!