Stain Resistant Blue Jerusalem Embroidery-on-Both-Ends Shabbat Tablecloth Set

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Rekindle the yearning for the Temple in Jerusalem to be rebuilt, with the vivid blue hues of this Jerusalem-themed designer Shabbat tablecloth from Rikmat Elimelech!

  • Images of Jerusalem of Old spark to life with a finely embroidered, azure contoured depiction of Jerusalem together with the Shabbat candles
  • The design can be appreciated first-hand on both ends of the table!
  • Let the Sabbath food and drink flow without hesitating about the spoiling the tablecloth
  • The unique embroidery extends to the FREE matching challah cover!
  • Makes the perfect durable housewarming gift for a lively family!

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Stain Resistant

100% Polyester

No Ironing Needed

Includes FREE Matching Challah Cover, 40cm X 50cm / 15.75" x 19.69"

This set comes with a presentable and protective PVC packaging.

Your home and Shabbat table is called a Mikdash Me'at: A Miniature Temple. How fitting then, to express your longing for the permanent Temple to be restored by having the words, Uvenei Yerushalayim Ir HaKodesh Bimheira Veyameinu ("Let the Holy City of Jerusalem be rebuilt speedily within our days") beautifully etched on your tablecloth. The letters of Shabbat take center stage and the Shabbat candles and dwellings of Jerusalem of Old accompany the words, the blue contours matching the azure flames of the candles. The design appears on both ends of the table, and  even graces the complimentary challah cover as well! The special stain-resistant material will ensure a carefree and enjoyable eating experience while still maintaining the fine quality of the cloth and designs. Sure to delight mothers who appreciate the finer things but also want to allow her guests to feel at home to eat without concern for the consequences!

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.

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