Tuesday, January 1, 2008

Barbara London - 03/09/2009


The first attached photo is of a 19th century (or early 20th century) chuppah which was used in California.  The second photo is a close-up of the letters sewn in the middle of the chuppah.  I am trying to find out what these letters in the middle mean or refer to. Thank you.

Barbara London

1 comment:

  1. It rather sound like a "Porochet" (curtain on the holy ark) and the the foirst two letters (Kaf and Taf) stand for the abbreviation of "Keter Torah" and then there are the first two letters of the the "Aleph Beth"

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