The rectangular Torah curtain comprises of a main cloth, a frame and a dedicatory panel.
The pink main cloth bears a pattern of floral rhombuses. It is framed by a light pink band.
The black dedicatory panel appears at the upper part of the main cloth and bears a dedicatory inscription. The inscription is written in yellow, square filled letters and reads: "Dedicated to the Lord / dedicated by the modest woman / Mrs. Vida Pizanti she will be blessed above women of the tent (Judg. 5: 24) / For the exaltation of the soul of her husband the Rabbi, Rabbi Yehudah / Pizanti the rightous, of blessed memory who passed away in the year / (5)670 = 1910 on the 12th day of the month Menachem / May his soul be bound up in the bond of life"
Hooks for hanging the Torah curtain appear at its upper edge.
Structure: Cut, Sawn
Inscription: Embroidered, Silk threads on paper.