The white parokhet is made of satin. The parokhet is rectangular and composed of several pieces. A dedicatory inscription appears at the center of parokhet. Two cylindrical columns with spiraling foliage, rising over rectangular pedestals. The capitals are surmounted by rampant loins~ looking backward and supporting a Torah crown. An inscription appears under the Torah crown.
כ"ת "Crown of Torah (int.)
The parokhet is covered by stars, and two foliate motifs depict the lower corners. The dedicatory inscription is embroidered in outline letters and reads:
נדבה / לכבוד התורה / למקום נכבד והנורא / מנדיבי קהל עדת שומרי הדת / באנהרט תרל"ט / לפ"ק
Translation: A donation##in the honor of the Torah##for the honourable and revered place##from the donors of the congregation of religion keepers##Banhart (5)639=(1879)