Hand Embroidered Atara – yoke (ATE- 1) CAT# ATE -1. Chain - stitched hand - embroidery on raw cotton using various colors of silk, gold and silver threads. In Jewish communities, a tallit is given as a gift by a father to a son, a father-in-law to a son-in-law, or a teacher to a student. It might be purchased to mark a special occasion, such as a wedding or a bar/bat mitzvah. Many parents purchase a tallit for their children at the age of 13, at the same time as they purchase tefillin.
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