Yair Emanuel Joseph's Coat Star of David Tallit Set  from Israel
Yair Emanuel Joseph's Coat Star of David Tallit Set  from Israel
Yair Emanuel Joseph's Coat Star of David Tallit Set  from Israel
Yair Emanuel Joseph's Coat Star of David Tallit Set  from Israel
Yair Emanuel Joseph's Coat Star of David Tallit Set  from Israel
Yair Emanuel Joseph's Coat Star of David Tallit Set  from Israel
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Yair Emanuel Joseph's Coat Star of David Tallit Set from Israel

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This beautifully woven tallit  displays vibrant colors, as designed by Hakadosh Baruch Hu. The colors can correlate to the technicolor coat that Yaakov made for his favored son, Yoseph. In the Jewish religion, each individual color has a sacred meaning, and is a symbol dating back to the times of the Beis Hamikdash. Just to name a few examples, Tola’at Shani (scarlet red) symbolizes blood and life, Techeilet (blue) is a symbol with many meanings, one of which is the sky or heavens to remind us of Hashem. And Argaman (purple) is a symbol of royalty.

Tallit measurements: 17 in. by 72".

Artist Yair Emanuel, a graduate of the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, lives and works in Jerusalem.  Vivid and harmonious colors as well as a mixture of the old and the new characterize Emanuel's work, which is designed and crafted in his Jerusalem studio.  The principal techniques utilized encompass painting on silk, hand-embroidery, raw-silk applique and painting on wood.