The capitals were shaped like lilies, 6 feet tall,
and were placed on a rounded section which was above the chain design. There were 200 pomegranates in two rows around each capital.
References for 1 Kings 7:20
Huram placed these two bronze columns in front of the entrance of the Temple: the one on the south side was named Jachin and the one on the north was named Boaz.
References for 1 Kings 7:21
The lily-shaped bronze capitals were on top of the columns. And so the work on the columns was completed.
Huram made a round tank of bronze, 7 1/2 feet deep, 15 feet in diameter, and 45 feet in circumference.
All around the outer edge of the rim of the tank were two rows of bronze gourds, which had been cast all in one piece with the rest of the tank.
References for 1 Kings 7:24
The tank rested on the backs of twelve bronze bulls that faced outward, three facing in each direction.
The sides of the tank were 3 inches thick. Its rim was like the rim of a cup, curving outward like the petals of a lily. The tank held about 10,000 gallons.
Huram also made ten bronze carts; each was 6 feet long, 6 feet wide, and 4 1/2 feet high.
They were made of square panels which were set in frames,
with the figures of lions, bulls, and winged creatures on the panels; and on the frames, above and underneath the lions and bulls, there were spiral figures in relief.