Fol. 182v: In the centre of the page is the seven-branched Menorah composed of a central shaft and six diagonal branches. Inscribed above: וזו היא צורתה All seven branches קנה are strait (from top to bottom) with flower, knop and three bowls. פרח, כפתור, גבע The lower part of the shaft has a double leaved flower at the junction of the base, above which is a goblet-like cup and a knop topped by a flower. On the central shaft at the junction with the six branches, are three knops. The flowers are in the shape of big fleur-de -lys with two petals bending outwards and finished with two small flowers. Each part is inscribed. Each flower on the top of the branch contains a flame bending towards the central upright flame. Above it is inscribed: נר מערבי Western lamp. Menorah stands on a triangular base, divided into two parts by vertical line, with three fleur-de-lys like legs, extending below. רגל The base is decorated with crenellated line and whorls. Attached to its left side is a stone (see card). Flanking the menorah are two geometrical figures, possibly, firepans. They consist of rectangular, surmounted by a bar decorated with pasely leaves and whorls in filigree work. A rectangular, decorated with interlace, rests on the triangle base decorated with brickwork. The figures are surrounded by indented line with extanded fleur-de-lys.