A full-page panel, serving as a frontispiece for the Siddur including an initial word “Blessed be He” (ברוך [הוא]) for the opening of the Morning Prayer. The initial word is written in burnished gold display letters outlined in black against a red background framed by a yellow band with a black-step crenellation motif.
The full-page pane was executed in the first stage of decoration. It is framed by a Gothic trefoil arch toped by three gables decorated with crockets, a rosette and gold finials, flanked by two spires. Two cocks surmount the two side gables, perhaps alluding to the morning blessing which refers to the cock.
On each side of the panel is a floral vine inhabited with birds.
At the bottom of the panel is a large bordeaux medallion depicting two confronting human figures crowned with red thorn wreaths, fighting each other with a sword and a shield. The panel is in blue ground decorated with red and white floral vines inhabited with colourful birds and framed in red borders with two golden in both the lower outer corners of the frame
152 X 95 mm (information from Fingernagel)