The Torah Ark, dated to 1708, was made by Angelo Scoccianti from Cupramontana in Marches, and was brought to Livorno in 1970 from the Spanish synagogue in Pesaro.
Samuel D. Gruber, “Italian Synagogues from 1492 to the Present,” in Jewish Religious Architecture: From Biblical Israel to Modern Judaism, ed. Steven Fine (Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2020), 275–86.
Sacerdoti, Annie. The Guide to Jewish Italy, photographs by Alberto Jona Falco (Venice, 2008)