They made the table of acacia wood—two cubits long, a cubit wide and a cubit and a half high.
Then they overlaid it with pure gold and made a gold molding around it.
They also made around it a rim a handbreadth wide and put a gold molding on the rim.
They cast four gold rings for the table and fastened them to the four corners, where the four legs were.
The rings were put close to the rim to hold the poles used in carrying the table.
The poles for carrying the table were made of acacia wood and were overlaid with gold.
And they made from pure gold the articles for the table—its plates and dishes and bowls and its pitchers for the pouring out of drink offerings.
They made the lampstand of pure gold. They hammered out its base and shaft, and made its flowerlike cups, buds and blossoms of one piece with them.
Six branches extended from the sides of the lampstand—three on one side and three on the other.
Three cups shaped like almond flowers with buds and blossoms were on one branch, three on the next branch and the same for all six branches extending from the lampstand.
And on the lampstand were four cups shaped like almond flowers with buds and blossoms.
One bud was under the first pair of branches extending from the lampstand, a second bud under the second pair, and a third bud under the third pair—six branches in all.
The buds and the branches were all of one piece with the lampstand, hammered out of pure gold.
They made its seven lamps, as well as its wick trimmers and trays, of pure gold.
They made the lampstand and all its accessories from one talent of pure gold.