Fabriqué en usine Fournisseur en soie juif brodé Challah Cover
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This challah cover is decorated with an attractive design of two burning Shabbat Candles.
This is a comforting item that is also quite lovely, and is a pleasure to have in your home or to give as a special gift.
The challah cover is used for covering the two braided loaves for Shabbat and holiday meals, with the challah representing for us the double portion of manna that fell and was gathered in the desert in honor of the Shabbat.
A Shabbat challah cover is a decorated piece of cloth that is placed over two loaves of challah, covering the bread until the Kiddush has been recited on the Sabbath and Jewish holidays.
1.Can produce any size, and design according to your requirements or ideas, usually the size is 16"x19.5", 18.9 x 15.7 inch
2.Material & Workmanship: Finest Fabric with delicated embrdoidery.All could be custom designed and personalized for your synagogue.
3.Packing: 1 piece packed in PVC bag with golden trim ( a special plastic bag),then 100 pieces or 200 pieces in a carton
4.Delivery: It depends on order quantity.Usually 20 to 30 days upon deposit
5. Price: the price here is just for reference,please contact us and send detailed inquiry and then you we can let you have the exact price.
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A challah cover is a special cloth used to cover the two braided loaves (challah) set out on the table at the beginning of a Shabbat or Yom Tov meal. While its appearance lends a decorative and ceremonial aspect to the set table, its presence serves both a halakhic and symbolic function.
At the beginning of a Shabbat or holiday meal, a blessing must first be made over the wine (Kiddush) in order to the sanctify the Shabbat. This is followed by the blessing over the bread (challah), which begins the meal. However, in the hierarchy of blessings mandated by the Sages, the blessing over bread should precede the blessing over wine. In order to preserve the priority of the wine, and not to "shame" the bread which should be blessed first, the bread is "removed" by concealing it from view with the challah cover.
Challah covers are typically decorative in fabric and design. They may be made from velvet, silk, leather, paper, etc., and can be hand- or machine-embroidered, painted, appliqued, tie-dyed, and the like. They are sometimes adorned with fringes that may be interwoven with silver or gold thread.
The challah cover must be large enough to cover two braided loaves without allowing the bread to be seen through the sides, and opaque enough so that the loaves cannot be seen through the fabric. Extra-large challah covers are often chosen as a prominent centerpiece for large Shabbat tables.Store-bought challah covers often bear the logo,"To honor the holy Shabbat"or To honor Shabbat and Yom Tov. Some are made especially for use on Rosh Hashana and Sukkot, decorated with appropriate holiday motifs. When purchased as a gift, such as for a newlywed Jewish couple, challah covers are often embroidered with the family name of the recipient.Store-bought challah covers often bear the logo To honor the holy Shabbat or to honor Shabbat and Yom Tov. Some are made especially for use on Rosh Hashana and Sukkot, decorated with appropriate holiday motifs. When purchased as a gift, such as for a newlywed Jewish couple, challah covers are often embroidered with the family name of the recipient.
Nous fournissons également des kippots de velours de haute qualité (kipa, également connu sous le nom Yarmulka ou Yarmulkes), le sac Tallit, la tente sukkah, etc.
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