This writing instrument redraws the history of the 12 tribes of Israel and, at the same time, the 12 Sons of Jacob.
Distinctive signs are attributed to each tribe, represented by an enamelled pictogram to match the colours of the High Priest's Pectoral.
Numerous symbols of Israel are also pictured in a shallow engraving. The aged silver-plated body features an engraving of an olive tree branch, symbolising peace and prosperity.
The body's rotating system reveals the tribes of Israel one after the other, from right to left: Reouvene, Shimone, Yehouda, Yissakhar, Ephraim, Manasseh, Zevouloune, Dan, Naphthali, Gad, Asher, Binyamine.
The clip is modelled after the hand of a Torah pointer. The five fingers are often considered to represent the five books of the Tanach. The hand is a sign of protection.
The limited edition is made up of 512 writing instruments in resin and solid silver trims, fountain pen and roller, 12 representing the number of tribes and 5 the books of TANACH.