Presilhas para Talit
Tallit clips are an important Judaica synagogue item. A Talit is a prayer shawl worn around the back and draped over the arms when praying. The Tallit has fringes tied in a certain way on the four corners of the Tallit. The Tallith can be made of a variety of materials, but most commonly is made of high quality cloth. Tallitot prayer shawls are adorned with an Atara piece of cloth sewn onto the edge of the Tallit for extra design. Tallits drape over the shoulders and arms and often move around while praying, especially because Jewish prayers involved transitioning between standing and sitting. The best solution to this problem of the loose Tallit is to hold the Talit together with Tallit clips.
Tallit clips are small objects connected by a chain that hold the two sides of the Tallit prayer shawl together. The Tallit clips can be made of simple metal or pewter, and more sophisticated Tallit clips are made of sterling silver and even gold. BSD Judaica is a Judaica store company responsible for beautiful Judaica art work. BSD makes an incredible collection of sterling silver Tallit clips which are now available at World of Judaica. Other sterling silver Judaica artists such as Hazorfim offer high end Talit clips as well.
Whether you are looking for yourself or to give as a gift, Tallit clips make for a wonderful idea. For a boy's Bar Mitzvah at thirteen, he is given his first Judaica Tallit. A great Bar Mitzvah gift would be a Tallit bag or Tallit clips to go along with the new Tallith. Tallitot prayer shawls are also given as gifts to a groom on his wedding day, so Tallit clips make for a thoughtful gift to a groom as well. If you have any questions about Tallitot, Tallit bags, or Tallit clips, please feel free to Contact our customer support.
Tallit Clips Guide
Judaism is a religion based on practice and action. One such form of religious practice is prayer. Jews are required to pray multiple times daily as well as on Shabbat, the day of rest. Prayer is done communally in Judaism, as it mandates a group or Minyan of 10 people. Jewish prayers express gratitude to G-d for food, health, peace, and many more.
Jewish traditions require men to wear religious garments during prayer, such as a Tallit prayer shawl and Tefillin phylacteries. These items are made in a certain way according to Jewish law and also have specific instructions as how to wear them.
About Tallitot & Tallit Clips
What is a Tallit?A Tallit, also referred to as a tallis, is a prayer shawl worn during prayers on weekdays, Shabbat, and Jewish holidays. The Tallit is a large piece of fabric that is worn over the shoulders and drapes over the arms. Tallitot are required to have four knotted strings on each corner of the garment, known as Tzitzit. The Tallit tradition comes from a verse in the Bible which instructs Jews to add four fringers to a garment to cover themselves. The specifications for the Tallit today have been established by scholars and Rabbis over the years.
What are Tallit clips? The Tallit prayer shawl hangs over the shoulders onto the arms and often falls of or slides down, especially during prayer when there are intervals of sitting and standing. Tallit clips are handy closures that keep the Tallit connected in the front. The clips connect the two sides of the garment. Tallitot are traditionally given to a thirteen year old boy for his Bar Mitzvah, upon which he becomes an adult according to Jewish law. Traditionally, the Talit is given to the boy from his father on this occasion. A thoughtful Bar Mitzvah gift would be Tallit clips to accompany the boy's first Tallit.
Materials & Decorations
A Tallit is usually made of high quality cloth, but can also be made from cotton, wool, or silk. Different Jewish communities have different style Tallitot. Tallitot come in different sizes and styles. A traditional Sephardic Talit usually is designed with white cloth and white stripes, as well as a white Atara. Ashkenazic style Tallitot are usually made white white cloth and black or gray stripes. An Emanuel Tallit is often designed with Jerusalem images and sometimes made from delicate raw silk material.