Next to the text of the Havdalah blessing is a man, seated within an architectural framework (supported by a shaft and a base), alluding to a spice tower, used during the differentiation ceremony. He is lifting his right hand towards a star shaped lamp and looking at his fingernails. In his left hand the man is holding a goblet with a gold lid. At the bottom, out of the frame, is another man looking at his fingernails. On his left is a golden bird while on his right is the inscription:
"הקידוש הזה יקנה"ז נקרא לכן פושט ידיו לנרה (!)."
"(The mnemonic order of) this blessing (Kiddush) is called YaQeNHaZ (Yayin (wine), Kiddush (blessing), Ner (candle), Havdalah (Differentiation between holy and secular days), Zeman (time)), therefore one stretches his hands towards the light."
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