Tallit Clips- Luchot Habrit Tables

17.00

How do you keep your prayer shawl in place throughout the synagogue service? To prevent your talith from falling or slipping, here is the Judaica accessory you need. A clip that will also be very practical to differentiate your talith and avoid confusing it with that of other people present in the mynian. This accessory consists of two clamps connected by a chain to hold the talith. A Judaica accessory delicately engraved with the Tables of the Law (10 Commandments). The perfect bar mitzvah or wedding gift. Practical for all Jewish men who are used to praying in synagogue.

  • Size: 3x3cm

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    Tallit Clips- Luchot Habrit Tables

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    Clips to embellish and maintain prayer shawl

    An essential element in Jewish prayer, the talith comes in a variety of patterns and colors. Jewish men who pray in synagogue or at home with a talith know that it is important that it is comfortable and that it sits properly on the shoulders. This means that the talit must fit properly on the shoulders without slipping during the service.

    In addition to finding a way to hold your prayer shawl in place, you may also want to embellish it or give it a distinctive sign so that you don’t confuse it with another person in the mynian.

    For all these reasons, these talith clips are the perfect Judaica accessory. In addition to being easily placed on the talith thanks to an ingenious clip system, they are delicately decorated to make them even more attractive.

    These clips for taliths are engraved with the Tables of the Law, the famous 10 Commandments that every Jew must respect. Each Table of the Law has a Hebrew letter: aleph to Youd.

    An original gift idea for a young bar mitzva or for a Jewish wedding (houppa). You can also wear these ties on Jewish holidays, Shabbat and other religious ceremonies to make your talith really unique.

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