This elegant hand-screened silk comprises replicas of the Rose Window that is over the main entrance to the Synagogue. It can be used as a scarf or a shawl to enhance any outfit, or to decorate with as a table topper overlay, framed, or several can be sewn together to make a beautiful silk throw. Any way that you choose to use it, it will add beauty and bring a part of Central Synagogue into your life. 42” x 42”, 100% Silk Twill, hand-rolled hem.
Central Synagogue Rose Window Silk Square
The design of the Rose Window of Central Synagogue is based upon ancient Middle Eastern patterns. At the time that the Synagogue was completed, in 1872, these patterns were enormously appealing to Americans in the thrall of Victoriana. Central Synagogue is the oldest Jewish house of worship in continuous use in New York City.