In the Torah, there is a commandment to wear "fringes" on the corners of garments. The original requirement was to have a blue thread among the white threads; however, since the precise shade of blue is no longer known and the source of the dye used, only the white threads are used.
As believers we can use the Tallit or prayer shawl when we enter our personal prayer closet with the Lord. It can also be worn during services for all Jewish Holidays. Suitable for men or women.
This is a stunning tallit including kipa and tallit bag. It is made out of Dacron and Wool. It has scenes of Jerusalem in blue and gray with gold outlines. The lettering is in gold. This makes a very special gift.
Dimensions: 18" x 72" for the tallit
The bag measures 10.5" x 12.5"
Written in Hebrew the inscription on the neckpiece says: Jerusalem City of Holiness.
The inscription on the end of the tallit says: Jerusalem in Hebrew.