The scroll opens with a benediction panel containing all three blessings recited before the Megillah reading. The Hebrew text of the Book of Esther is copied within arches decorated with various floral motifs and supported on columns formed of a variety of decorations but mainly Esther story protagonists, animals, and the temple implements. Additional decorations are placed between the arches; some of them illustrate the Purim story. Upper and lower margins are adorned with foliate and floral patterns with animals and birds.
The scroll is mounted on a metal bar.
The scroll features details painted in intense yellow color.
The text panels vary in width.
The third benediction is barely visible.
The Book of Esther in Hebrew preceded by the initial benedictions for the Megillah reading.
The columns of text in the scroll contain 23 lines each. The lines fit the shape and size of the panels and they vary in length.
The text is written in Hebrew square Ashkenazi stam script with tagin in dark brown ink on parchment membranes that are rather suede, and grey.
The letter ח (Es. 1:6) and ת (Es. 9:29) is highlighted by its form and size. It is larger than an average letter in the scroll, formed of two parts joined with a roof, and decorated with scrolled feet.
The four letters of the name of God are enlarged and bolded.
The ruling is slightly visible.
The pricking is invisible.
The membranes in the scroll are stitched together.
No bibliography on the scroll is available.