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Prayer Shawl - Wool-Gabrieli, Holy Land, Hebrew Heritage, Christian, (PS205)

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Prayer Shawl (40") Set - Wool - White with Blue - Hand Woven By Gabrieli

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Your Purchase Supports Israeli Families

Prayer Shawl, Kippah, Bag



Tallit Set - Wool - White with Blue  - By Gabrieli

 This beautiful hand-woven wool tallit set is from the Gabrieli in Jerusalem where they use the highest quality wool.  The finest wool has been hand woven by dedicated artisans on the looms of Gabrieli. The traditional Israeli colors of white and blue are beautifully reproduced, making a tallit that expresses loyalty to tradition. Kosher tzitzit are attached so the tallit is ready to wear.

The tallit comes as a set together with a beautiful matching kippah and tallit bag. 

For over fifty years, the Gabriel family has been producing exclusive handwoven prayer shawls, known world-wide for their outstanding beauty and high quality workmanship. Every prayer shawl tallit is a handcrafted work of art - a unique gift for yourself or a dear one.

Set Includes:

  •  Wool Prayer Shawl 
  • The atara (neckband) .
  • Kippah is white with blue & Silver Stripes                  
  • Tallit Bag  (Zipper closure)

This beautiful set is the perfect gift for a wedding, Bar Mitzvah, or any occasion!

Tallit  Size (approx): 80" X 40" 

Kippah Diameter:  6.5"

Tallit Bag: is 14" X 10.5"

Imported from Israel 

About Gabrieli Prayer Shawls:

Gabrieli Tallit and Judaica art shops are located in downtown Jerusalem and in Old Jaffa. Gabrieli creates hand-woven, hand-loomed tallit sets in silk, wool, and cotton. Gabrieli is not just the dream of a hard working and visionary man, it is a full scale home for some of the best and finest Judaica artworks worldwide. It is the leading manufacturer of tallit and Kuzari tapestries in Israel.




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