The bulb-shaped Torah finial is composed of a shaft and a body.
The cylindrical shaft tapers slightly towards a round crenellated capital. Compressed rings encircle the bottom and the middle of the shaft.
The bulb-shaped body is divided into two hemispheres, each decorated with a whorl of leaves, radiating from bottom and top. A protruding band encircles the body and separates the two hemispheres, while the body is set on a concave ring.
Structure: spun, carved
Decoration: carved, stucco, gold paint
Inscription: not relevant
Width: 90 mm (at widest point), 34 mm (shaft)