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Obj. ID: 6600
Sacred and Ritual Objects
  Torah finials, Afghanistan

© Center for Jewish Art, Photographer: Radovan, Zev, 1987
The globular Rimon is made of silver and consists of a shaft, a body and a head.##A. The shaft is cylindrical and is decorated by winding striped of foliate motif. Bands of foliate motif encircle the upper and lower borders of the shaft. The shaft is surmounted by a globular capital which is decorated by medallions bearing a flower motif. Chains hang from the center of the capital and are carrying flattened and slit drop-shaped bells.##B. The body has a globular shape, and is mounted over a bowl-shaped body base decorated with vertical bands. Each band bears a flower motif. Flattened and slit drop-shaped bells hang at the top of the body base.##The lower part of the body is decorated by complete and half cartouches bearing trefoil flower. The upper part of the body is decorated by diagonal bands of foliate and geometrical patterns. Two foliate runners encircle the center of the body. Chains hang around the center of the body and are carrying flattened and slit drop-shaped bells.##C. A domed apex with a leaf decoration is mounted over a floral disk, which is encircled by chains with bells.

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