Mishkan Hatchelet means the home or temple of Tchelet, the light blue dye originally used on the fringes of the Tallit-Katan and the Tallit-Gadol. As suggested by their name, they specialize in creating the most high quality, most beautifully traditional, and most lovingly made of Tallits.
This particular sample of their unique art is a Tallit made of 100% AA wool of ewes
, in patterns of white with silky white stripes and a white decorative set of Atara and corner embroidery, according to the Sephardi tradition of all white.
Perfect as a special gift as well as ideal for personal use during prayers, this unique Israeli Tallit will help your prayers transcend into the next level of meaning, making prayer times something to look forward to and anticipate. Such a quality Tallit, and made in Israel, it is certainly the right choice.
Please note: when adding special futures to the tallit, customization is made, custom products are created just for you therefore we cannot accept returns or refund.