The torah^case is made of wood and consists of a body and a crown.
The body is cylindrical and covered with red velvet. Silver bands encircle the upper,middle and lower borders of the body. Two bands bear inscriptions which are chased in fool square letters and reads around the case.
The upper band's inscription reads: !וזאת התורה אשר שם משה לפני בני ישראל ! Deut 4:44
The inscription on the lower band reads:
! תורה צווה לנו משה ע!י מורשה קהילת יעקב ! Duet. 33:4
The middle band is decorated with flowers flanked by birds. The upper borders of the body are surmounted by double lily-like crenellation.
The case is opened by two hook clasps. The inner case is covered by cotton. The onion shaped crown is composed of the main section, a crest, and an apex.
The main section is covered with red velvet. An undulating silver crest is mounted over the crown and ending in a bud -like apex. At the middle is a large ring bearing two rows of rhomboids. The crest's lower and upper part bears vertical bands decorated alternatively with a foliate pattern. Chains hang around the center of the crest and they are carrying slit drop-shaped bells.
Two iron Rimon mounts are fixed on the crown.
Dedicatory plaques made of paper covered by the glass are attached to the inner face of the crown. Flowers in red and yellow depict their edges. Bellow the dedicatory plaques is a yellow paper band which bears an inscription written in red filled letters, and reads from the right: תורה צוה לנו משה The inscription continues on the left: מורשה קהלת יעקב Deut.33:4 The dedicatory inscription in the inner face of the crown is written in black filled letters in six rows and reads beginning from the right:
! וזאת ## התורה אשר## שם משה לפני בני ##ישראל אלה העדת והחקי)ם( והמשפט)ים(## והתורו)ת( אשר נ)ת(ן יי' ! Deut 4:44 ! תיק זה ## וס!ת שבו עשו ## אותו עיווץ בן ## אהרון ואשתו ## מרים בת ג'אני ## מכת' שנת תרע!ג !
!This case ## and the Torah scroll in it, was made by ## Yivaz son of ## Aaron and his wife ## Miriam daughter of Gani ## (was written ?) the year 673 (=1913) !