Talitnia Traditional Blue with Gold Stripes Pure Wool Tallit (Prayer Shawl)
Enrich your synagogue experience with this stylish and comfortable blue-striped wool tallit (prayer shawl) from the Land of Israel.
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Feel like royalty when you wear this incredible wool tallit! Boasting a lovely blue and gold striped design, on each of its corners is a golden embroidered design of Jerusalem's famous view along with the Hebrew words 'They All Ask for Peace in Jerusalem'. Complete with the Hebrew blessing said when putting on a tallit embroidered along its collar, on either side of it is a Star of David and crown and it reads: Barukh atah Adonai, Eloheinu, melekh ha'olam asher kidishanu b'mitz'votav v'tzivanu l'hit'ateif ba-tzitzit - Blessed are you, Lord, our God, sovereign of the universe Who has sanctified us with His commandments and commanded us to wrap ourselves in the tzitzit. Classic and elegant, this marvelous tallit is a flawless gift for someone close to you on any occasion!
Prima tallitot are manufactured from pure virgin ewe's wool, and are available in a range of classic colors: black, white, or blue (as well as several more contemporary colors) or combined with lurex stripes (silver and gold).
Available in a wide range of sizes.
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.