Tefillin Peshutim Mehudarim Ashkenazi Tradition

 225.00 exl. Vat

Tefillin Peshutim Medarim Ashkenazi Tradition



These tefillin are made by stretching a thin layer of parchment on a structural basis.
These tefillin are made from one piece of parchment.
The houses are known for 33 mm height quality and to be more durable.
Version: Ashkenazi
Written by a Sofer Stam, proofread by an expert and by a computer.
Comes with Kosher certificate.
Made in Israel.
Preparation time: 3-5 days.

When ordering mention for right- or left-handed

When ordering mention you rotate clockwise or counterclockwise direction

When ordering mention which style Beit Yosef or Ari

Script Beit Yosef the most common script is The form prescribed by Rabbi Yosef Caro in the Shulchan Aruch – the primary work of Jewish law. Ktav Ari is promoted by the great kabbalist Rabbi Yitzchak Luria Ashkenazi that script differs slightly from beit yosef script in nine letters of the alphabet. Ktav Ari – ari is the Hebrew acronym for Rabbi Yitzchak Luria.

The most Ashkenazi, non-hassidic Jews, and the most Sephardi Jews, use the common beit yosef script. The most hassidic and kabalistically-oriented Jewish communities use the ktav ari script.

Additional information

Dominant hand


Tefillin ktav


Tefillin direction



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