Handwoven Black & Silver Pattern Tallit (Prayer Shawl) Set from Rikmat Elimelech
Just as black and silver colors make a regal, dignified partnership, turn you prayer into a regal experience with this designer prayer shawl with an alternating black and silver pattern from Rikmat Elimelech!
- Feel the special touch of handwoven craftsmanship from a renowned artisan
- Elegant bands of black and silver designs graduate down the length of the tallit
- The unique handiwork extends to the matching kippah and tallit bag
- Extend the personal touch by presenting this tallit set as a personal expression of appreciation for the man in your family!
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Comes with matching kippah and polyester & cotton tallit bag, and PVC outer bag
As you prepare yourself for the subtleties and nuances of the mullti-faceted prayer service, express this treasured aspect of prayer in a nuanced, elegant black and silver patterned tallit that has received the special attention and care that goes into making handwoven products. Bands of black and sparkling silver make their way adroitly down the length of the tallit. The upper section of the tallit is embroidered with the Hebrew blessing recited when donning a tallit, declaring that G-d has sanctified us with the instruction to wrap ourselves in tzizit. You'll sense the same level of handiwork in the matching kippah and tallit bag. If your husband or bar mitzvah boy distinguishes himself through his special behavior, reward him with the special quality of this tallit!
Please note: The model in the picture is 5ft8in (173cm) in height and is wearing a size 60 tallit.
Rikmat Elimelech was founded by talented embroidery artist, Elimelech Shweitzein in 1949 on moshav Kfar Pines in northern Israel. The company gradually gained renown for its stunning designs of handwoven and embroidered Judaica and is now known internationally for producing quality traditional and modern Judaica. They make unique tallitot (prayer shawls), tallit and tefillin bags, and more, all with spectacular and inspiring colors and designs.