The silver Torah pointer consists of a bar a pointer, a hanger and a middle joint.
The bar is divided into an upper and lower part. The rectangular upper part bears a dedicatory inscription in both sides in square linear letters which reads from the top towards the pointer:
On one side: "הקדש לק"ק )לקהילה קדושה( אורחים יב"ץ )יראו בנחמת ציון( מהתלמיד הנעים והשוב )וחשוב("מיז הי"ו )השם ישמרהו ויצילהו(" "Dedicated to the Holy Community Orhim (guests).......... from the pleasant and important pupil"
Continues on the other side: "מרדכי ארגראנאטי הי"ו )השם ישמרהו ויצילהו( תשרי ש' )שנת( 9865" "Mordechai Argranati may the Lord protect him and save him Tishrei the year 5689 "
The twisted lower part terminates with a pointer in a shape of a clenched hand with a straight index finger surmounted by cuff. A chain hangs from a ring inserted through a loop hanger which surmounts a concave shape at the end of the upper part. The oval middle joint is framed by two rings.