Ottoman Jewish Textile (Torah cover)
This absolute stunner it’s an Ottoman curtain cover for Torah, made in the 18th century.
Translations of the inscriptions: “The poor slave Yitzhaq b. Abraahm b. Ab-Sikkuwwaa. Shehmaa will receive from him and will change him for better. Amen. In the year 1160 Higra (1747)
In the Name of Hashem the Great. Be blessed Who said: Six days you will do your deeds and the Seventh day you will rest. Done this cloth for the Sabbath.”
|Dimensions||204 x 51 cm ( 6,69 x 1,67 ft )|
|Materials||Silk and metal threads|