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Classic wool Tallit for men by Galilee Silks
White On White Classic Tallit, Bar Mitzvah Tallit Set, Tallit Prayer Shawl, Custom Tallit, Hebrew Prayer Shawl
White On White Classic Tallit, Bar Mitzvah Tallit Set, Tallit Prayer Shawl, Custom Tallit, Hebrew Prayer Shawl

White On White Classic Tallit, Bar Mitzvah Tallit Set, Tallit Prayer Shawl, Custom Tallit, Hebrew Prayer Shawl

SKU: ClassicT2s-1
Regular price
$299.00
Sale price
$269.00

 This White on White Tallit is the perfect present from parents or grandparents as a Bar Mitzvah Tallit Set, Wedding Tallit, Hebrew Prayer Shawl.

In addition to a Bar Mitzvah Tallit Set, it is a luxurious Hebrew Prayer Shawl Tallit to use on holidays and Shabbat.

Our tastefully decorated Classic Tallit design has a White embroidered atara with White a frame.
The blessing is in Hebrew.
The squares carrying the fringes have a matching motif. It is made of the best quality wool.
This is a Tallit for both conservative and modern men. It has a very prestigious look, and comes in a set with matching Tallit bag and kippah.
The unique decoration is repeated on the Tallit bag and the kippah has a matching color.

Custom tallit – you can order this Bar Mitzvah Tallit set, Hebrew Prayer Shawl with a personalized name embroidery on the tallit bag, making it even a more meaningful gift!

Click here to see examples for the custom tallit bag with personalized name embroidery

Size is 20″ by 72″.
Can be ordered in different sizes by request.
This is an original design, hand made by Galilee Silks.
Made in Israel
Preparation time: 2-3 days

Shipping options:

Standard Economy (delivery within 3-4 weeks):
  • $8 on orders of $149 and up
  • $15 on orders of $148 and less
DHL Express\UPS ($35):
  • Non Personalized items - delivery within 2-3 days once shipped
  • Personalized items (name embroidery on the Tallit bag, customized size) - delivery within 5-10 days once ordered.
The Hebrew text on the atarah is:
"ברוך אתה ד' אלוקינו מלך העולם אשר קדשנו במצוותיו וציוונו להתעטף בציצת"

Translation:
"Blessed are you, Adonai our God,
Sovereign of all,
who hallows us with mitzvot,
commanding us to wrap ourselves with the fringes."