Wedding Talitnia Traditional White Pure Wool Tallit (Prayer Shawl)
Make your wedding filled with holiness and tradition with this white, pure wool tallit:
- Adorned with gorgeous motifs on all four corners and the neckline, including menorahs and Stars of David.
- Designed with precision in the Land of Israel with a classy white stripe finish.
- Perfect gift for your loved one who is engaged to have on his special day and the times he prays in the future!
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Talitnia’s prayer shawls are certified kosher Mehadrin min Hamehadrin.
This tallit is available with a luxury tallit bag at an additional cost.
Please note that in the accompanying photos, the model's height is 5'7" / 170 cm and the tallit they are wearing is size 60-R.
For the traditional style fit we recommend either:
55" x 75" / 140 x 190 cm (60-R) - fits 5’6” to 5’10” (168 - 178 cm)
59" x 79" / 150 x 200 cm (70-R) - fits 5’10”+ (178 cm+) May also be used for the chuppah canopy
This incredible wool tallit is sure to become your beloved possession after using it for the wedding! Carefully made, on each corner is a Star of David and menorah along with Hebrew texts praising Jerusalem. It is the perfect wedding gift that can be used as a prayer shawl on that day and for many years to come afterward. The largest size may also be used as a canopy (the chuppah) in the wedding ceremony. Stunningly elegant, this gorgeous tallit will make your loved one's wedding unforgettable!
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.