The rectangular Torah curtain consists of a carpet and a dedicatory panel.
The carpet bears a rhomboid floral motif at its center, composed of diverse flowers. A rectangular, floral pattern, widening at its corners, surrounds the central motif. Two stripes frame the carpet. An inner, thin stripe, bearing scrolls and a wavy,wider stripe, bearing flowers. Fringes appear at the edges of the carpet.
The dedicatory panel appears at the upper part of the carpet, partly over the central motif. It is shaped as a horizontal rectangle and bears a dedicatory inscription. The inscription is written in square filled letters and reads: " Dedicated to the Lord / for the exaltation of the soul of Hanina / daughter of Rabbi Avraham Alphasi / who passed away on the 28th of Shevat (5)715 = ??? 1955 may her soul be bound up in the bond of life " A Star of David appears at the upper part of the inscription between the words "Dedicated to the Lord" .
Hooks for hangimg the Torah curtain are attached to its upper edge.
Inscription: Embroidered, silk threads.