This set includes a Tallit, Tallit bag and kippah. The white Tallit features stripes, fringed edges gray patterned ribbon trim, and an embroidered Atarah.
One of the most well known Judaica items that can be found in a synagogue other than Torahs and prayer books is the Tallit, also known as the prayer shawl. A Tallit is large four cornered garment that is worn by Jewish men during prayers during the week, Shabbat and Jewish Holidays. The Tallit is typically made from wool and is dyed white.
In addition to having stripes and a decorated top edge, some Tallits have a specially made Atara, or “tiara” in English. The Atara is a long piece of cloth that usually features sterling silver decorations, typically plates in triangles, squares or stitched sterling silver thread that creates a floral pattern.
This Tallit set features a Tallit, Tallit bag and kippah and is timeless looking in white and blue. This large Tallit is made from white wool and is decorated with light blue stripes with silver thread. The edge is decorated with a white fringe, and the Atarah and corners are framed by a decorative slate blue trim. The Atarah also features an embroidered Hebrew blessing for donning a Tallit. This Tallit set is made by Galilee Silks, Tallit and silk experts based in northern Israel. A fantastic gift idea for a groom or Bar Mitzvah.