When you’re looking to order bulk kippot for b’nei mitzvot, weddings, or other occasions, Kolbo can help you out. There are a number of different options for your kippot, which can include custom printing on the inside. Once you are done browsing the options below, click here to purchase your kippot. Here is how to go about placing your order:
Choose your style and color. Bulk kippot are available in four main styles: Satin, Deluxe Satin, Suede, and Moire. Different color options are available for each style.
Satin: A six-paneled kippah with a white lining, this popular kippah rests on the head with a slight dome. Your personalized inscription is printed on the white lining.
Deluxe Satin: This updated, form-fitting design provides a hidden pocket for your kippah clip and has quickly become one of our most popular styles. Your personalized inscription is printed on the white lining.
Suede: A fitted, four-paneled kippah with raised seams, this popular suede kippah lays close to the scalp for an elegant, streamlined look. Your personalized inscription is embossed directly into the suede.
Raw Silk: This six-paneled kippah offers a natural material with a unique texture and comes with a white lining. This kippah rests on the head with a slight dome. Your personalized inscription is printed on the white lining.
Moire: A textured six-paneled kippah with a white lining, this kippah rests on the head with a slight dome. Your personalized inscription is printed on the white lining.
Create your personalized inscription. You can have up to six lines of text with twenty-five characters per line, in Hebrew or English (ask about other languages!), printed in gold or silver stamped on the interior of your kippot. Many people choose a combination of names, Hebrew dates, secular dates, locations, and parasha (for a bar or bat mitzvah). For 5 dozen kippot or more, printing is free, and for 4 dozen kippot or fewer, printing is a flat fee of $10. We’re happy to work with you to craft an inscription for your event.
Many people opt for the first two lines of their inscriptions to have the first two lines of text be a pre-formatted stamp. These can be “Wedding Of,” “Bar Mitzvah Of”, “B’not Mitzvah Of” etc.
As always, don’t hesitate to call the store if you have any questions: (800) 238-8743. Mazel Tov!
Bringing fine Judaic Art and Gifts to Boston and worldwide since 1978.
Please visit Kolbo Gallery at 437 Harvard street, Brookline, Massachusetts 02446.