The rimon is made of brass and consists of a shaft, a body, and a head.
The shaft is cylindrical. The top of the shaft is surmounted by petals and above them a vase shaped capital. The body has a pear shaped. Eight rings are attached to it. It bears a dedicatory inscription in mixture of Hebrew and Persian.
The head has an undulating neck. Its lower part is conical and widening towards the upper part, which has the shape of an ogee. Eight rings are attached to the edge of the lower part.
The dedicatory inscription is engraved in linear letters, in Hebrew with Persian words. It reads on the first rimon:
אין [=זה] רימונים מ[ולא] רחמואן בן מ[ולא] יאודה הנשיא קלה' [=קודש לה'] כרד געת [=בשביל] ב'ה'כ'נ [=בית הכנסת] זרעון זכותו יגן בעדו
Those are the rimonim of Mullah Rahmian son of Mullah Yeuda Hanassi, dedicated to the Lord, made for for the synagogue Zarghan, may his virtue protect him.
The dedicatory inscription on the second rimon reads:
אין [=זה] כתר מ[ולא] רחמואן קלה' [=קודש לה'] כרד געת [=בשביל] ב'ה'כ'נ [=בית הכנסת] זרעון זכותו יגן בעדו
This is the crown of Mullah Rahmian dedicated to the Lord, made for the synagogue Zarghan, may his virtue protect him.