The Torah is publicly read in the synagogue on the Sabbath, as well as on Mondays, Thursdays and Jewish holidays. The ritual reading is done from a specially hand-written scroll designed for that very purpose. When not in use, the Torah scrolls are ornately clothed and decorated as a testament to their holiness as the living word of G-d. The scroll's handles are often crowned with decorative bells, typically made of gold or silver, called 'rimonim' (finials). At JudaicaWebStore we have a wonderfully wide range of rimonim / finials for you to choose from. Crown the Torah in majesty and donate a pair of exquisite rimonim to your local synagogue or other Jewish institution!