The cylindrical undulating Torah finials are comprised of a shaft, a body and an apex.
The cylindrical tapering shaft is encircled at top and bottom by a thin ring. It bears a Hebrew dedicatory inscription written in square filled letters arranged in four lines that read towards the body:
רימון א': נדבת גד חי אוחנה לביה"כ (בית הכנסת) חסד/ורחמים לע"נ (לעילוי נשמת) זקני כב' הרה"ג (הרב הגדול) הראשל"צ (הראשון לציון) נחמן בטיטו/זצ"ל (זכרון צדיק לברכה)".
Finial A': A donation of Gad Hai Ochana to the synagogue Hesed ve Rahamim for the redemption of the souls of the 22 elders of the great Rabbi the first of Zion Nahman Batito the righteous of blessed memory".
The second finial bears a similar inscription with a different beginning:
רימון ב': "נדבת הא' (האדון) גד חי..."
Finial B: "A donation of Mr. Gad Hai…"
A pressed globular capital tops the shaft.
The cylindrical body is surmounted upon a wide bowl-shaped base, which is covered by the lower widening rims of the body. Five chains with conical bells are inserted through loops attached to the rims. The base is decorated with a whorl of leaves radiating from the bottom. Floral motifs appear between the leaves while each leaf encloses a branch.
The cylindrical body bears a winding floral motif bordered at top and bottom by a protruding ring. It terminated in a narrowing undulating top. An apex shaped like the Star of David situated upon a floral disk tops the finial.
Structure: body: raised, shaft: hammered
Bonding: soldered, screwed
Diameter: 10 mm (shaft)