Several of his kippahs are completely covered in tight embroidery, giving them an Eastern craft aesthetic.
These include bird designs, as well as an old Jerusalem motifs, available in several colors.
Calculations based on the Soviet census of 1979 (, pp. Jews are known to have settled in Georgian area undoubtedly under Achaemenid domination sometime after 539 B. It is stated repeatedly in the Book of Esther (composed in the early Parthian period, at least several decades before 78-77 B. As the sequence of the exiles mentioned is from Jerusalem eastward, “the rest of the exile” must include the Jews dwelling east of Media, that is, in the eastern part of greater Iran. 77), and Kazalinsk (founded in 1853; Dobrosmyslov, 1912a, p.
110-11, table 12; 132-33, table 32), with linguistic distribution corrected by 20 percent for Central Asian Jews who were native speakers of Russian, yield an estimate of about 40,000 Central Asian Jews in the USSR. The first explicit evidence for the presence of Jews in Transoxania is a story about the sojourn at MRGWʾN (Marv) of an early 4th-century Babylonian (authority on Jewish religious law), a member of the religious academy in Pūmbědīṯā (Pērōz-Šāpūr, Anbār, in Mesopotamia), Šemūʾēl bar Bīsěnā (Babylonian Talmud, “ʿǍḇōdā Zārā,” 30b). 18), the last two situated in the Kazakh steppe, which came under Russian control in 1853.
Bukharan Jews “Bukharan Jews” is the common appellation for the Jews of Central Asia whose native language is the Jewish dialect of Tajik.
These feature raw silk kippahs in a variety of colors with colorful Jerusalem motifs.
Also available is a flower motif embroidered on raw silk in a variety of hues.
Emanuel also offers a series kippahs in which he has hand painted in gold.
These include an Old Jerusalem motif, as well one with the symbols of the different Jewish tribes.