For many shul-goers, tallit clips are a must. Some wear them primarily to keep the tallit in place, while others wear them more as an accessory that adds to the look of a nice tallit and lends a touch of distinction to the wearer.
Tallit Clips: From Simple to Gold and Silver
Generally tallit clips are relatively inexpensive, around $10 a set, but I have also seen spectacular sterling silver tallit clips and 14 karat gold tallit clips that run anywhere from $200 to $1,200. I think they would make a great gift idea for a gabbai who has served the congregation for many years, or for a very distinguished groom.
The most common designs include Jerusalem motifs, the Ten Commandments (Luchos Habris) and the Star of David. If you go for vibrant colors, try a set of Choshen tallit clips.
They make an ideal gift for a bar mitzvah boy, as well.
At present, I don’t sell tallit clips, but you can find a decent selection at aJudaica or World of Judaica.