In the inner sanctuary he made two cherubim 15 feet high out of olive wood.
One wing of the [first] cherub was seven and a half feet long, and the other wing was seven and a half feet long. The wingspan was 15 feet from tip to tip.
The second cherub also was 15 feet; both cherubim had the same size and shape.
The first cherub's height was 15 feet and so was the second cherub's.
Then he put the cherubim inside the inner temple. Since their wings were spread out, the first one's wing touched [one] wall while the second cherub's wing touched the other wall, and in the middle of the temple their wings were touching wing to wing.
He also overlaid the cherubim with gold.