The rectangular Torah curtain consists of a main cloth and a dedicatory inscription. The curtain bears a square floral pattern in its center. The pattern is divided into four vases of flowers, forming a square. The same vases are depicted in the corners of the curtain, one in each corner facing towards the center. The central pattern is symmetrically circled by small flowers forming an a elipse. The curtain is framed by a wavy line, bearing a small flower in each wave. The framed dedicatory inscription appears in the curtain’s upper part. The inscription is written in square letters from right to left. It reads:
“ Donation of/
The Rabbai’s wife Ester Koinka/
The wife of Rabbai the late Ben Zion A./
Koinka the righteous of blessed memory”/
Inscription: embroidered in silver threads on the separate cloth, which is attached on the upper part of the curtain.
The decoration is based on the foliate motif of small thin branch with leaves.