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Gabrieli Tallit and Art

6 Yoel Salomon St. , Jerusalem, Jerusalem 63306, Israel
+972 2-628-3816
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High quality products and excellent service!

Months ago we ordered my son's tallit from Gabrieli for his bar mitzvah. My husband's tallit also... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Mrsjj204
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Hendersonville, North Carolina
Beautiful Tallitot!

One of a kind hand woven beauties which will make you proud to wear and comfortable in your... read more

Reviewed 1 June 2018
Jeff E
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New York City, New York
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Gabrieli Tallit was founded in 1964 by Malka Gabrieli. Malka studied at Betzalel School Of Art in Jerusalem. After her graduation she opened a small studio in Old Jaffa. Over the years Her mother and Brother maintained her tradition, the studio grew up and now produces a variety of artistic hand woven items. Today, Gabrieli products are sold in most of Israel's finer gift shops, as well as exported to America, Europe, South Africa and Australia. Gabrieli features their own exclusive designs, available in more than three hundred unique patterns and an unlimited combination of colors. Our hand woven tallit set includes three pieces: Tallit, Kippah & Tallit bag. The Tallit set may be purchased in diversity of sizes and woven in three different kinds of materials: wool, silk or cotton.
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4 weeks ago
“High quality products and excellent service!”
1 Jun 2018
“Beautiful Tallitot!”
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6 Yoel Salomon St. , Jerusalem, Jerusalem 63306, Israel
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+972 2-628-3816
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Months ago we ordered my son's tallit from Gabrieli for his bar mitzvah. My husband's tallit also came from Gabrieli over 20 years ago. We decided that when we went to Jerusalem we would visit their shop. We visited a couple of days ago and...More

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Reviewed 1 June 2018 via mobile

One of a kind hand woven beauties which will make you proud to wear and comfortable in your prayers. The family operating the establishment is also integrally involved in marketing and sales. Lovely stuff and a wonderful remembrance of time in Jerusalem.

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Reviewed 29 April 2018

The very friendly help will show you the ready made or create your own. I needed a narrow tallit for a robe and they made it quickly and to perfection. They have been around a long time and the colors and designs are timeless.

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Reviewed 7 April 2018

Excellent shop. Purchased a tallit for my daughter's Bat Mitzvah. Selection was excellent, lots of choices. Service was amazing - we were patiently walked through all the options and my daughter was thrilled. Plus lots of other items, many of contemporary style. A must visit!

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Reviewed 9 August 2017

They had the most wonderful handwoven pieces including tablecloths. We had a delightful time in the shop and received wonderful service from the helpful staff!

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Reviewed 18 July 2017

There are so many wonderful things in this shop that I don't know where to start. There is a wide variety of items to choose from, depending on if you are looking for art, judaica, jewelry, or tallit. My recent experience was when I discovered...More

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Reviewed 3 June 2017

Since this shop was very close to our hotel, eventually many members of our group wandered in....me often along for the ride. Although I was not personally in the market for their items, I could definitely appreciate the quality and beauty of their tallits and...More

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Reviewed 9 March 2016

Went in to Michelle's shop to look at some local art- different from the others and then spent a delightful hour chatting about everything under the sun! Also bought a couple of pictures

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Reviewed 22 January 2016 via mobile

We were wandering near Jaffa Rd/ Ben Yehuda St and happened on Gabrieli. Many beautiful Judaica gifts including kiddish cups, menorahs and mezzuzahs. Mostly modern designs. Beautiful pieces at reasonable prices. Helpful staff.

Thank MDXP
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