The Torah pointer consists of a bar and a pointer.
The rectangular bar is made of four thin columns and is divided into three parts by four joints.
An upper joint, two middle joints, a lower joint and a pointer.
The upper joint is decorated on its four sides by a row of rhombuses.
The middle upper joint is blank.
The middle lower joint bears an inscription in square filled letters on its four sides. The inscription reads: “ Yaacov Son of the Rabbi Moshe Katz / Prat ??? Itzak / Shalit “
The lower joint bears an inscription in square filled letters ,on three of its sides, which indicates the date : “ 580 “ (1820).
The fourth side bears a Tulip like floral decoration.
The bar terminates in the pointer which is a clenched hand with a straight thumb.