The silver Torah finial consists of a shaft, a body a head and an apex.
The shaft is cylindrical and is supported by a round raised base. The base is decorated with flowers and leaves and bears three smooth shields. The shaft surmounts a unit composed of slices, topped by a row of acanthus leaves. The shaft is decorated with floral open work in three strips, the top strip is decorated with open winged birds. The shaft is topped by a wide smooth stepped circlet whose over hanging edges are decorated with leaves. The crown shaped body is composed of a coronet and six arms. It is decora ted with a floral motif. Bells are interspersed between the arms. The crown shaped head repeats the shape of the body, in open work. The arms join together in a floral circlet from which a bell hangs.
A swan shaped apex surmounts the head.