The Tallit (prayer shawl) is one of Judaism’s most recognizable emblems. The simple fringed cloth permeates Judaism: it epitomizes the synagogue experience, served as the original chuppah (marriage canopy), and even inspired the flag of the modern State of Israel.
Tallit is a special shawl, which is used for prayer in Judaism. In the ancient times tallit was also used as a part of the traditional clothing, but sooner men started to use it exclusively for prayer. Traditionally tallit is made of natural materials: wool, cotton or silk. Modern manufacturers also use synthetic materials and decorated tallit with traditional symbols and ornaments.Tallit is of rectangular shape and has four tassels on the corners, which should be held in arms during the prayer.
We at The Peace of God will help you to find unique and spectacular prayer shawls and curtains in a large variety that suits every budget and is intended for both female and male audiences.
The prayer shawls are different from the standard common in the market. The uniqueness is in the fabric made on top of the tallit in a large variety of patterns.
The variety is expressed in the types of fabric: wool, wild silk and other fabrics from natural materials that are woven by hand, and in colorful fabrics made by hand or in an elaborate and innovative machine.
The themes of the embroidery come from old Bible stories like Noah's Ark, Jacob's Ladder or the Seven Days of Creation, or decoration with geometric and floral motifs combined with rhinestones and beads.
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