Renaissance velvets decorated with gold threads, embroideries and lace of the Baroque age, French eighteenth-century lampas: a world of grace and richness that has come down to us from the age of the ghetto. The museum has about 900 fabrics, some of which are displayed in the windows, others used in the city’s synagogues. Most of them are kept in this room, available to scholars who request it. Walking through the shop windows and the capable chest of drawers in the room means going back in time, when the splendid fabrics were kept with the same love as today in the Wardrobe of the Five Scole.