The Pink Pomegranates Bat Mitzvah Tallit, Silk Tallit for women, is adorned with tiny pomegranates decorations, a symbol of ancient Israel.
This tallit is made of soft silk, and can also be made of sheer or opaque sythetic fabric. Order it as a Bat Mitzvah gift or gift for the holidays for your loved one!
This girl's tallit has a sophisticated look, with a beautiful state of the art design that combines laser cut technique with organze and Satin ribbons decorations.
The original design by Galilee Silks adds a delicate fashion statement to the traditional choice of wearing a tallit.
Some Jewish scholars believe the pomegranate was the forbidden fruit in the Garden of Eden. ... It is traditional to consume pomegranates on Rosh Hashana because, with its numerous seeds, it symbolizes fruitfulness.
Also, it is said to have 613 seeds, which corresponds with the 613 commandments of the Torah.
This Jewish prayer shawl Bat Mitzvah tallit measures 20" by 72".
It comes with an embroidered atara. The blessing is in Hebrew.
Like our other Bat Mitzvah tallits and Tallit for Women it is sold in a set of Tallit, with a matching Tallit bag and kippah.
The pomegranates pattern is repeated on the tallit. The kippah has a matching color.
Made in Israel.
Custom tallit - you can order this Bat Mitzvah tallit with a personalized name embroidery on the tallit bag, making it an even more meaningful gift!
Click here to see examples for the custom tallit bag with personalized name embroidery
If you would like it on a Sheer or opaque fabric instead of Silk, you can place your order and indicate so in the order's notes.
Registered Mail (no tracking): $10
Standard Economy (delivery within 3-4 weeks): $15
- Non Personalized items - delivery within 3-7 days once shipped
- Personalized items (name embroidery on the Tallit bag, customized size) - delivery within 5-10 days once ordered.
Also available in Lilac and Blue.
"ברוך אתה ד' אלוהינו מלך העולם אשר קדשנו במצוותיו וציוונו להתעטף בציצת"
"Blessed are you, Adonai our God,
Sovereign of all,
who hallows us with mitzvot,
commanding us to wrap ourselves with the fringes."