Talitnia Hermonit Tallit - Light Blue and Silver
Enwrap yourself in understated elegance with this refined light blue and silver woolen tallit (prayer shawl) from Talitnia!
- Pastel blue stripes with a classy touch of silver stretch across the woolen material.
- Jerusalem of Gold will encompass you from all directions, depicted on all corners in the same gentle blue
- Makes a perfect wedding or bar mitzvah gift for a discerning young man about to embark on a bright blue future!
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100% Wool (Box Weave)
Beautifully designed and delicately colored, this tallit will make a magnificent gift to celebrate a Jewish wedding or Bar Mitzvah with someone special. Designed to offer a fresh take on tradition to younger prayer-goers, this tallit has been woven from specially selected wool fibers and boasts a range of pale blue stripes laced with sparkling silver thread. The neck piece features the blessing recited over a tallit accompanied by Jewish symbols; the corners are decorated with an impression of Jerusalem with a prayer for the city's peace. Its pale coloring makes it the perfect but subtle way to stand out at the synagogue!
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.