The rectangular Torah curtain comprises of a main cloth and a dedicatory panel.
The red main cloth bears a decoration of leaves and small flowers.
The dedicatory panel appears at the upper part of the main cloth. It is shaped as a horizontal square and bears a dedicatory inscription. The inscription is written in square filled letters and reads: "Dedicated to the Lord / This Torah curtain was dedicated / by Aharon and Esther Alsheikh may they live / for the exaltation of the soul of their mother Rivka Alsheikh / who passed away on the 24th day of Sivan / the year (5)707 = ??? 1947 / May her soul be bound up in the bond of life." Two flowering branches appear at the bottom corners of the inscription. A goldened stripe frames the dedicatory panel.
Fringes appear at the upper and lower edges of the Torah curtain.
Hooks for hanging the Torah curtain are attached to its upper edge.
Structure: Cut, Sawn
Decoration: Brokade, Embroidered