Obj. ID: 4574
Sacred and Ritual Objects Torah Mantle donated by Mirka (Mikhel) and Dragice (Lea) Breyer, 1895
The dark red Torah mantle is made of velvet.
The rectangular cloth cloak is made of two parts and is attached at the upper border, leaving two openings for Torah Scroll rods. It opens in its lower part on both sides. The cloth bears an embroidery decoration of a wreath encircling a dedicatory inscription. A Torah crown appears above the wreath flanked by an inscription which reads: "כ ת" "Crown of Torah (int.)"
The cloth bears decoration of embroidered stars. Above the crown a line composed of circles and rhomboids. Below the wreath is another dedicatory inscription in latin letters. The dedicatory inscription in the wreath is embroidered in filled letters and reads:
ז"נ (=זאת נדבת) / מיכל אונד לאה / ברעיער / לכבוד המקום / ולכבוד התורה / בשנת ת'ר'נ'ה / לפ"ק (=לפרט קטן)
"This is a donation of / Michal and Leah /Breyer /For the honour of God / and for the honour of the torah /The year (5)655=(1895) "
The Latin inscrioption is embroidered in filled letters and reads: "Dar / Mirka i Dragice Breyer / 1895"