- In the center it is written in Hebrew "Shabbat VeYom Tov" which means "Shabbat and Good Day".
- Also, it is writtem in Hebrew (in a circle shape): "Shalom aleichem, malachei hasharet, malachei Elyon, mimelech malchei ham'lachim, HaKadosh Baruch Hu" which means "Shalom upon you, O ministering angels, angels of the Exalted One, from the King Who reigns over kings, the Holy One, Blessed is He". This is a song for welcoming Shabbat, traditionally sung as the family gathers around the table on Friday night.
- Size: 50x40cm/19.5x15.5inch
- Condition: new
Challah - delicious bread savored on Shabbat and other Jewish holidays.
Shabbat - a day of rest. The Hebrew word Shabbat is best translated as "period of rest," and is the basis of the English words "sabbath" and "sabbatical"