The Burning Bush Tallit Prayer Shawl by Galilee Silks
Stylish silk tallit for progressive women and b’not mitzvah, featuring hand dyed artwork representing the Biblical burning bush scene in hues of orange, maroon, and yellow. Also included are a bag for carrying your prayer shawl and a matching “kippah” skullcap.
A progressive take on a traditional Judaica item, this hand painted silk tallit (tallis) for progressive women and girls depicts the miraculous burning bush incident chronicled in the Book of Exodus. Made by the Israeli artisans at Galilee Silks, this beautiful ritual prayer shawl excellent gift for a bat mitzvah who will be reading that portion of the Torah on her big day! Also included is a tallit bag for storage and a matching kippah.
The Tallit is a ritual prayer shawl worn by Jewish people daily, while reciting the Shacharit morning prayer service. In Jewish communities originating from Ashekazic (Eastern European) countries, a Jewish person dons the tallit for their bar mitzvah, along with the tefillin boxes, but only begins wearing the tallit full time after marriage. In Sephardic (Middle Eastern) communities, the tallit is worn full time after the bar mitzvah ceremony.
- Size (cm): 50.8 x 182.8
- Size (Inch): 20″x72″