it comes to ordering Kippot the
shopper may find themselves overwhelmed with the many options available, not
knowing whom to trust with their Kippot, will the Kippot fit right,
will the Kippah color be accurate, am I buying too many or too little Kippot, am
I overpaying on my Yarmulkes? at zion Judaica we take pride at being rated
number one for all the above, first and foremost our Kippah prices are
rock bottom manufacturers wholesale prices, our Kippot are
manufactured to the highest standards appealing to the most competitive and
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sure surpass your expectations.
has been covering Jewish heads since 1989. We manufacture and hand down the
savings to the retail shopper so you can get your Kippot at penny’s for the
dollar. Shop Kippot like a pro
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for your Wedding, Bar & Bat mitzvah. Judaica retailers and their customers
have come to appreciate the value we stitch into every kippah. Now, we
bring the world's largest yarmulke and kippah source to you.
cut, match, stitch, & print your Kippot so you can hand them out with pride
at your upcoming event. Our options are wide select from the following: Satin
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smart and get your Kippot from Zion, where your satisfaction is absolutely
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ordering process is simple, you enter the Kippot category you desire, you select
the yarmulke color, choose optional finishing’s if you want, proceed to
check-out where you automatically come to the Kippot personalization page where
you are guided step by step on how to have your Kippot imprinted
Personalized Kippot has been a tradition at Jewish
affairs as Bar & bat Mitzvah’s, Jewish weddings and every Jewish occasion,
as our ancestors found it beautiful and necessary to highlight a Jewish event
with freshly made Kippahs & Yarmulkes for that specific occasion, continue
the tradition with the world’s largest and finest Kippot collection,
Capture the special
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and yarmulkes, Kippahs and Yarmulkas with every twist and nitch, send us your
Kippah fabric and we will manufacture them for you, Kippot lined in black or
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$1.65 per piece (lowest price GUARANTEED), Kippah clips, bulk lace women’s head coverings and more to no end (well,
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more about Kippot on Wikipedia.
The kippah Yarmulke is a defining symbol of
Jewish identity. In the religiously, culturally, and ethnically diverse regions
of the Jewish Diaspora, kipppot are often worn as outward symbols
of Jewishness. Yet due to the internal diversity of the Jewish people—owing
largely to geographical and sectarian/denominational differences—kippot
have taken on a multiplicity of appearances and meanings.
contemporary world, a Jew may wear a kippah to demarcate theological,
social, or even political positions. In Hasidic communities, Jewish men often
wear fedoras with large black kippot underneath, representing the
Kabbalistic understanding of two levels of the intellect. In Israel, religious
Zionists are sometimes called kippot serugat for the knitted head
coverings they wear; and in recent years crocheted "Kabbalist" kippot
have become popular among Jews with a mystical bent. Most liberal Jews wear
kippot only during religious ceremonies, and in many egalitarian
congregations women wear kippot to assert their equality with men.
Kippot, Yarmulkes, Kipot, Yarmulkas, Yarmulke, Kippah.