Talitnia Acrylic Tallit (Prayer Shawl) - White and Gold Stripes
Enhance your personal prayer experience with this amazing tallit (prayer shawl) from Talitnia:
- Made from acrylic wool, this tallit is adorned with stylish white and gold stripes and is inscribed along the collar with the traditional blessing said upon donning the tallit.
- An original work from one of Israel's top tallit manufacturers.
- Lightweight and comfortable, this tallit is the perfect one to wear in synagogue for both short and long services.
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Classic and understated, this beautiful acrylic tallit features white stripes interspersed with slender lines of sparkling gold, as well as an elegant, creamy neckpiece embroidered with the Hebrew blessing recited when donning a tallit. Beautifully crafted from acrylic wool, it boasts a real wool finish and is perfect for people with allergies or who avoid animal products. Its lightweight, affordable finish makes it the ideal tallit for soldiers, students, or anyone else who is regularly on the move.
BONUS: For a limited time, buy this tallit and get a white satin kippah (a $2.99 value) for FREE!!!
Kippah Size: 5.9" / 15 cm
This tallit is available in a range of sizes.
This tallit is available with a luxury tallit bag at an additional cost.
From humble beginnings in Tikochin, Poland in 1898, Talitnia has grown to be the world’s most renowned creator of quality tallitot. As Israel’s biggest tallit producer, Talitnia supplies the IDF and Chevra Kadisha (Jewish burial society) with tallitot. The family-run business combines ancient tradition with contemporary craftsmanship to produce a stunning variety of tallitot, including traditional striped wool shawls and modern, colorful designs. The tallit is one of Judaism’s most recognized icons, and a Talitnia tallit is an appropriate way to mark a special milestone.
Talitnia’s prayer shawls are certified kosher Mehadrin min Hamehadrin.