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Prayer Shawl (Tallit 29) Blue and Gold Grafted-In, holylandmarketplace.com, Messianic, Hebraic Heritage, Judaica, PS095.1

Prayer Shawl (Tallit 29) Blue and Gold Grafted-In

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A beautiful Prayer Shawl made from Acrylic with blue and gold stripes and decorated with the Grafted-In symbol.


Tallit measures: 29" X 72"


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Blue and Gold Grafted-in Prayer Shawl (Tallit)

Grafted In Prayer Shawl made from Acrylic with blue and gold stripes and decorated with the Grafted-In symbol.

 Irresistibly beautiful, this incredible tallit (prayer shawl) is a brilliant snow white with blue stripes interspersed with stripes of glittering gold. A flawless take on the traditional prayer shawl, this incredible garment was made to bring a renewed sense of spirituality to prayer service. This prayer shawl beautifully yet modestly imparts the unique and ancient symbol – grafted-in. Merging together 3 well-known and beloved icons, such as the menorah, Star of David, and Fish.  

The perfect gift to give someone looking to uphold timeless tradition and embrace the power of God in his or her life, this stunning tallit is an amazing treasure you will always cherish!

 The origin of the Tallit lies in Numbers 15 calling for the attachment of fringes to the four-cornered garments, worn at Jesus' time, as a reminder of all the commandments of the Lord.

Some archaeologists decided that the grafted-in symbol was an identity mark of the early Christ followers. It was a sign that they united together their traditions and religion into incipient Messianic congregation.

The “Grafted In” explains the development of relationship between Jewish people and Gentile.

Tallit measures: 29" X 72" (excluding fringe and Tzitzit)

Imported from Israel

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