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A tallit katan is a poncho-like garment with fringe worn under clothing by Orthodox Jewish men. It is traditionally made of wool or cotton and has four tassels that are attached to each corner of the garment.
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Unknown Artist: [Leo Baeck's Tallit Katan], Leo Baeck Institute Art and Objects Collection, 61.91.
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