The undulating Torah finials consist of a shaft, a body and an apex.
The cylindrical tapering shaft is surmounted by a widening capital topped by a hatched ring. A similar ring appears at the base of the shaft. A Hebrew dedicatory inscription written in square linear letters arranged in seven lines, that reads towards the top, appears on both finials. It reads:
"קל"ה (קודש לה')/נדבת מורנו ולבנה ארמוזה/לבהכ"נ (לבית הכנסת) חסד ורחמים/לע"נ (לעילוי נשמת) יצחק בן לונה ז"ל (זיכרונה לברכה)/שנפל על קדוש ה'/ ביום- ו' בשבט תשט"ו/ ת.נ.צ.ב.ה (תהיה נשמתו צרורה בצרור החיים)"
"Dedicated to the Lord, donated by Morano and Levana Armoza, to the synagogue Hesed ve Rahamim, for the exaltation of the soul of Isaac son of Luna of blessed memory, who passed away (fell in battle) sanctifying the Holy Name, on the 6th of the month of Shevat (5)715 (29.1.1955), may his soul be bound up in the bond of life.
The undulating smooth body consists of two pressed globular units linked by a cylindrical convex part. The lower larger unit is inlaid with six stones- red green and yellow intermittently, enclosed within a round frame decorated with geometrical and floral motifs. The upper unit is inlaid with three stones set within smaller frames. Six chains with bells are inserted through loops attached to the lower rims of the upper and the lower globular units.
A conical base surmounted by a goblet-shaped apex tops of the finials. A flower with six petals is set horizontally between those the base and the apex.