Tallit Bags and Tallit Clips

 

A tallit bag makes an a bar mitzvah gift and or a birthday present for a husband who already has a nice tallit he fond of, but keeps stored in a mediocre or old tallit bag, or none at all.

Velvet Tallit Bag

There are different grades of velvet used to make tallit bags, so don’t be surprised if the prices you see vary dramatically. A $15 tallit pouch is invariably made in China, even if there is letter embroidery in Hebrew. Exceptional embroidery or design work could add $10 to the price. If you see a velvet tallit bag that costs somewhere between $25 and $50, it could be because the velvet and craftsmanship are higher quality, the embroidery is superior or decorative elements are added on.  Go to tallit bags>>>

Magen David Tallit Bag

Majesty Tallit Bag

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A stately tallit pouch made of plush velvet with beautiful embroidering. Made by hand in Israel from start to finish.

Tallit Clips

Very basic tallit clips cost less than $10, but attractive handmade tallit clasps typically cost $100-$200 or more, and you can even find gold tallit clasps for over $1,000.

Choshen Tallit Clasp

This stunning nickel tallit clasp attaches to the sides of the tallit, keeping them close with an elegant chain. Hebrew engraving reads “Avnei Choshen” (“Choshen Stones”) and each of the stones is marked. Height: 3 inches.

Jerusalem Tallit Clasp

This simple, elegant tallit clasp attaches to the sides of the tallit, keeping them close with an elegant chain. Hebrew engraving reads “Yerushalayim” (“Jerusalem”) and each of the stones is marked. Nickel. Height: 3 inches.

Magen David Tallit Clasp

Silver tallit clips with Magen David designElegant nickel tallit clasp attaches to the sides of the tallit, keeping them close with an elegant chain. Height: 3 inches.

Sterling Silver Tallit Clip

Tallit clips with a unique Magen David pattern engraved along each clip’s outer edge and accented with a small diamond. Made of 925 sterling silver. An exceptional tallit clasp that makes a memorable gift.
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