The octagonal eternal lamp consists of a body, a head and a hanger. The octagonal body surmounts a base shaped as a concave flower with eight petals and a protruding center at the core of which is a globular pendant.
The body bears eight rectangular facets, each of which is framed by bands perforated with stars of David. The body is surrounded on top and bottom by protruding bands. The upper band is surmounted by crenellations ending with a star.
A dome head decorated with openwork flowers tops the body. The head terminates with a hanger consisting of a plate surmounted by a vase-like apex and a ring.
1. According to the caretaker of the synagogue, the lamp is from the end of the 19th century.
2. The eternal light was originally an oil lamp. Now it is lit with electricity.
Structure: raised, folded
Decoration: chased, engraved, drilled
Inscription: not relevant