Maroon Velvet Tallit Bag, circa 1955
A maroon velvet tallit (prayer shawl) bag lined in burgundy colored silk. In the center there is a gold embroidered Star of David and ''tallit'' in Hebrew, surrounded by gold laurel and star design. There is yellow fringe at the bottom of the bag. The top is fastened with a black plastic button and loop of thin black cord. Originally belonged to the Ostrover Shul (Synagogue).
- circa 1955
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1 Items (Tallit bag) ; 28 x 19 x 1 centimeters
Scope and Contents
From the Collection: Religious items from the Ostrover Beth Jacob Synagogue material objects include: (3) tefillin for the head;(2) tefillin for the hand; (1) tefillin scroll; (1) burgandy tefillin bag; (1) maroon tallit bag.: .
Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements
Fair Velvet --Silk
Velvet is frayed and worn, minor stains. (BLS, 2010-11-24)
Originally belonged to the Ostrover Shul (Synagogue).
Title supplied by archivist.
28 x 19 x 1 centimeters
Inscription and Marks
Embroidered with the Hebrew word ''tallit''
- From the Collection: Congregation Ostrover Beth Jacob (Denver, Colo.) (Organization)