The rectangular Torah curtain consists of a main cloth, a frame and a dedicatory panel.
The blank, main cloth is dark and bears a dedicatory panel at its upper part.
The square dedicatory panel bears a dedicatory inscription written in square filled letters, it reads: “Dedicated to the Lord / donation of Mrs. Lea Levi blessed above women(Judg. 5: 24) / For the exaltation of the soul of her mother Rivka daughter of / Lea may she rest in Eden 7th of Sivan (5)700 = 13.6.1940 / May her soul be bound up in the bond of life”
A Star of David bearing the inscription “Zion” surmounts the inscription. A thin frame, with flowers at its corners, surrounds the inscription.
The main cloth is framed by a wide band bearing floral and Paisley motifs. At its four corners the frame bears dark squares, like the main cloth.
A thin stripe of fringes surrounds the Torah curtain.
Hooks for hanging the Torah curtain are attached to its upper edge.
Structure: Cut, Sawn
Decoration: Brokade, Embroidered, silk threads, metal threads on cotton.