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Prayer Shawl (20.5") Set - Cotton - Cream, Black, and Gold - Hand Woven By Gabrieli

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SKU: PS208

This beautiful hand-woven cotton prayer shawl set (tallit set) is from Gabrieli in Jerusalem where they use only the highest quality materials. The set includes a cotton prayer shawl, also known as a tallit, a Kippah, and a matching bag.

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

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Prayer Shawl Set - Cotton - Cream with Black and Gold Stripes - By Gabrieli

Set Includes:
                • 41" x 76" Prayer Shawl
                • Prayer Shawl Bag 13"x91/4" and flap closure
                • Kippah

The cotton prayer shawl has a finished hem along the length. The ends are frayed and tied to form tassels at each end, but the corners are reinforced with sewn and finished pieces with openings for the tzitzit.

The Atara (neckband) is a wide black fabric sewn on the tallit. Embroidered in cream in Hebrew is the blessing, "Blessed are You, Lord our God, King of the universe, who has sanctified us with His commandments, and commanded us to wrap ourselves in Tzitzit." 

The Kippah has black fabric at the bottom with the center in gray.  The Kippah is lined in black.

The bag is 13 inches wide and 9 1/4 inches deep with a flap opening.  The flap cover has a black band and gold bands.

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

 Size: 72" x 20.5" not including the fringe and tassels

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. Gabrieli is a leading manufacturer of tallit and Kuzari tapestries in Israel.