Towels by Dorit

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Judaica Towels by Dorit, Jewish Holiday Towels, decorated with pomegranates.

What is a Jewish Towel?

Beloved Israel artist and designer, Dorit Judaica, introduces us to the Jewish towel – an elegant stylish towel with Jewish themed embroidery. Place them alongside the sink where your family and guests will be using to wash their hands for Netilat Yadayim, the ritual washing of hands before eating bread. Or, you can leave them on your kitchen counter top as a colorful decoration. Dorit Judaica’a towels are all standard size, made of cotton, and carry the design at the end of the towel.

Dorit Judaica’s Jewish Towel Collection

Dorit is passionate about detail and she brings to her towels the same spirit of perfection that pervades all her products. With her characteristic delicate touch, the designs incorporate her ever-popular pomegranate theme, expressed in a variety of sizes and shapes. .

For Shabbat, there is a choice of towels with the words “Shabbat Shalom,” embossed in bold letters in the center of the design. You can celebrate Rosh Hashanah in style with towels featuring the words “Shanah Tovah u’metukah.” At the Seder table, Dorit’s fine Pesach hand towels, with their Pesach text, will enhance the sense of majesty that pervades the evening. Make these elegant towels part of the table’s place settings. .

For an any-occasion towel, there is a choice of pomegranate theme or a Jerusalem design towels. .

NEW from Dorit Judaica!

Queen of the towel collection is the pack of six pomegranate decorated hand towels attractively display in a pretty holder also decorated with pomegranates. Aesthetic, hygienic and sparklingly attractive, this will make the handwashing ritual a delightful pleasure. .

The Perfect Gift

Whether you buy one, ten or a hundred, now is the time to treat yourself to some Doric Judaica hand towels. They make fantastic hostess gifts or party favors. They will brighten up a kitchen and they will lend color and vibrancy to the ritual hand washing. .

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