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Silk Jewish Etz Chaim Purple Prayer Shawl

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
(4 customer reviews)


Unique 100% Silk Jewish Etz Chaim Purple Prayer Shawl, Silk Satin, measures 20×60″.  Spectacular colors/design by Karin Foreman.  Buy Now!

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Silk Jewish Etz Chaim Purple Prayer Shawl

This beautiful Silk Jewish Etz Chaim Purple Prayer Shawl is a Karin Foreman Design

NAME:  “Etz Chaim”

Fabric:   100% SILK SATIN

Color:     Purple

Measurements:  20×60 inches


100% Satin Silk Jewish prayer shawl is gorgeous and perfect on Shabbat at the synagogue.  We make quality prayer shawls: we hand roll and sew the hem by hand.  The printing is vibrant with detail.  The fabric is 100% SILK SATIN.  Satin is very silky and smooth.  Feels great to the touch and have around the neck.  The artwork depicts the Tree of Life in Hebrew Etz Chaim on the sides and shows on the front of the shawl.  If you look closely you will see the Hebrew Letters in the tree that says, עץ חיים or “Etz Chaim”.

Meaning of Silk Jewish Etz Chaim Purple Prayer Shawl:

Etz Hayim, also transliteration is Eitz Chaim (Hebrew Etz ayyim עץ חיים, meaning “Tree of Life”), is a common term in Judaism. The expression can be found in Genesis 2:9, referring to the Tree of Life in the Garden of Eden. It is also in the Book of Proverbs, where it is figuratively applied to “the Torah” Proverbs 3:18, “the fruit of a righteous man” Proverbs 11:30, “a desire fulfilled” Proverbs 13:12, and “healing tongue” Proverbs 15:4.

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Additional information

Weight 2 oz
Dimensions 60 x 20 x .25 in

4 reviews for Silk Jewish Etz Chaim Purple Prayer Shawl

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Barbra Miner

    I love the elegant feel of this scarf against my skin, and it adds a special meaning to being wrapped in “The Etz Chayim/Tree of Life” when I wear it at our synagogue on Shabbat. I have seen ALL of these scarves up close, and they are much more vibrant and gorgeous than they appear on the computer screen!

    • Lou KEBORT

      Thank You Barbra Miner! I also love of these scarves. Who doesn’t like 100% silk against their bodies? Thanks for the review – Lou

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Barbra Miner

    I would rate these beautiful scarves beyond 5 stars if I could!

    • Lou KEBORT

      thanks again Barbra. We really appreciate it.

  3. Rated 5 out of 5


    I love color and purple is my favorite. I love the Tree of Life. The scarf is beautiful, I like all the colors and the design.
    But what is most important to me, is that I have never prayed before with a scarf over my head. I am amazed at how personal that feels. I know it is just me and G-d in this “prayer closet”. Because of the isolation I was able to block out everything around me and the distractions of the world. Having the scarf over my head, has such a historical value and meaning, and what it represents, I felt the holiness of G-d, He was truly there and communing with me.


      WOW! Thanks Roxanne for the beautiful comment. WE are so grateful. Yes, I do understand that personal touch with the scarf over our heads to help us commune with Adonai. I am so happy to hear you have this experience. 🙂 – Lou

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    Jo Edwards

    What can I say, I love my tallit so much. The vibrant colours, the quality of the silk, the feel round your neck, it is simply beautiful. When I wore it for the first time in shul on the bimah, I was told I looked like Joseph. I have looked for a tallit that was unique, reflected my personality and resonated within me for about 3 years. I stumbled across this site just before my daughter’s batmitzvah. Lou kindly rushed my order through to get it to me overseas in time. I can’t thank you enough.


      Thank You Jo for your kind words. We try our best to satisfy our customers. We can’t wait to see you wearing your Prayer Shawl at the Bat Mitzvah, if possible. What an honor that Kiebortz scarf was on the Bimah! Thank You for taking us there. And also an honor at our first Bat Mitzvah, Thank You! Lou

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