And he made the two crowns to be put on the tops of the pillars, of brass made soft in the fire; the crowns were five cubits high.
There were nets of open-work for the crowns on the tops of the pillars, a net of open-work for one and a net of open-work for the other.
And he made ornaments of apples; and two lines of apples all round over the network, covering the crowns of the pillars, the two crowns in the same way.
The crowns on the tops of the pillars were ornamented with a design of flowers, and were four cubits across.
And there were crowns on the two pillars near the round part by the network, and there were two hundred apples in lines round every crown.
He put up the pillars at the doorway of the Temple, naming the one on the right Jachin, and that on the left Boaz.
The tops of the pillars had a design of flowers; and the work of making the pillars was complete.
And he made a great metal water-vessel ten cubits across from edge to edge, five cubits high and thirty cubits round.
And under the edge of it, circling it all round for ten cubits, were two lines of flower buds, made together with it from liquid metal.
It was supported on twelve oxen, with their back parts turned to the middle of it, three of them facing to the north, three to the west, three to the south, and three to the east; the vessel was resting on top of them.
It was as thick as a man's open hand, and was curved like the edge of a cup, like the flower of a lily: it would take two thousand baths.