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    Blue Embroidered Jerusalem Yair Emanuel Tallit Prayer Shawl
  • Blue Embroidered Jerusalem Yair Emanuel Tallit Prayer Shawl
    Blue Embroidered Jerusalem Yair Emanuel Tallit Prayer Shawl
  • Blue Embroidered Jerusalem Yair Emanuel Tallit Prayer Shawl
    Blue Embroidered Jerusalem Yair Emanuel Tallit Prayer Shawl

Blue Embroidered Jerusalem Yair Emanuel Tallit Prayer Shawl

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You won't find a more beautiful embroidered depiction of Jerusalem, the holiest Israelite city that still stands today, than this beautiful cotton Tallit prayer shawl. Jerusalem's many rooftops, featuring architecture from a plethora of eras, are recreated in shades of blue, white, and gold, as befits the famed "City of Gold." Also included with this tallit is a matching embroidered kippah and carrying bag.

Process Time (business days): 3
SKU : 18511
MSRP: $251.95
Sale price: $179.95

The daily Jewish prayer service of Shacharit is a meaningful and inspiring time. This gorgeous Judaica prayer shawl, the Tallit, befits the service's beauty.  Made of fine white cotton, this eye catching prayer shawl is decorated with ribbons and panels of embroidery featuring the blue, white, and gold-hued designs of renowned artist Yair Emanuel.  These stunning designs depict the holiest city in the land of Israel, Jerusalem, with its quaint, rooftopped skyline that's dotted with ancient towers and high protective gates.  The neckband includes the Hebrew verse, "Ki meTzion Tetze Torah Udvar Hashem M'Yerushalayim."
The Tallit is a Jewish shawl worn by Jewish people during the daily Shacharit prayer service, which is recited in the morning on both weekdays and the Shabbat holiday.  Sephardic Jews begin wearing the tallit fulltime when they reach the age of Bar Mitzvah.  Although Ashkenazic (European) Jews also wear the tallit for this momentous occasion, they begin to wear it every day once they are married. The verse embroidered on this Tallit's Atara (neckband) translates to "From Zion the Torah emerges, and the words of G-d from Jerusalem."
Yair Emanuel is an artist hailing from Israel.  His artwork has graced a diverse collection of Judaica items, including candlesticks for the Sabbath, mezuzot, and ritual garments like the Tallit.

  • Size (cm): 190 x 50
  • Size (Inch): 75 x 20