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Amy Fagin

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  • Sweet Shelter Ketubah $250.00

    The third illumination from our “Heritage Ketubah” collection, “Sweet Shelter” honors the Jewish community of Sarajevo, Bosnia, Herzegovina. This composition is based on the artist’s interpretation of an embroidered wall hanging from a Jewish home dating from 19th century Sarajevo. The original embroidery is on display at the Orthodox Synagogue / Museum of historic old town Sarajevo. This romantic composition draws the viewer back in time to when the Jewish community found shelter from the expulsion of 1492. This inspired design evokes romance, reflections of joy, celebration and the “sweet shelter” or marriage for generations to come!

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  • Duet of the Beloveds Ketubah $225.00

    Limited Edition Lithograph Ketubah Arabesque vines and a vibrant rainbow cascade of flowers create a dual spiral arrangement with a Mogen David center point. “Duet of the Beloveds” was originally created in 1995 and featured in Anita Diamant’s The New Jewish Wedding. We have updated this beloved ketubah design due to popular request. The exhuberant composition evokes the cosmic forces of the universe in an uncomplicated manner, encompassing both great and small. The spirit of a dancing couple embracing the full course of life’s current is joyfully conveyed.

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  • Mojolica Ketubah $260.00

    This ketubah design by Amy Fagin is reminiscent of Majolica, the 14th century decorative pottery glaze art form. Introduced from Moorish Spain by way of Majorca and produced in Italy, it is typically rendered in five colors: cobalt blue, antimony yellow, iron red, copper green and manganese purple, painted on a white background. A rainbow of colors define this design.

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  • Sefer: Day Ketubah $430.00

    Limited Edition Giclee Ketubah

    This contemplative Ketubah design reflects the moment of completion of the rising of the day. This moment parallels the life cycle ceremony of the marriage covenant, at once an act of completion and continuance, bound by everlasting love. In keeping with the rich tradition of Torah ornamentation the illumination is wrapped in a delicate white Brocade fabric. Sterling silver “Heart of Tears” closures clasp the booklet. Fine Japanese cords decorated with pearl, silver and garnet beads tie the hearts together.

    Chrome on Brass Easel Included.

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  • Venetian Romance Ketubah $250.00

    The first of our “Heritage Ketubah” series “Venetian Romance” transports the betrothed to the romantic canals and streets of Venice Italy. The composition of this regal and buoyant design is inspired by the famous arches of San Marco Piazza. Exquisitely rendered low relief carved ornament, Sienna and Rhodochrosite marble, honor the inspired history of Jewish Italian synagogue art and architecture. The central stained glass panel frieze reflects images of an abundant flowing stream and a majestic barren desert landscape.

    All “Heritage Ketubah” designs include a written historical highlight about the Jewish community honored by this ketubah. We hope this effort broadens and enlivens our understanding of the vast legacy of Jewish art and culture throughout history.

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  • Embrace Ketubah $250.00

    Limited Edition Giclee Ketubah The moment of embrace between lovers is perhaps the most intoxicating and mysterious force within the realm of human experience. Two individuals encircle and envelop one another dissolving their apparent separateness. In the physical embrace of love, our consciousness expands and we glimpse the enormity of the cosmic and earthly forces that we are made and shaped by. With “Embrace”, this moment is described in word, symbol, shape, pattern and color. Two join together in honoring the traditions of marriage and Jewish heritage. They widen their embrace, transcend individual experience. They unite with all humanity in the spirit of love and understanding. This completion is reflected in the blessing from Bereshit 2:1 “Thus heaven and earth were finished, and all their array”.

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  • One Heart Second Edition $260.00

    19″ x 23″ Limited Edition Giclee Reprodction Ketubah

    With our “One Heart” ketubah now nearly sold out we've decided to offer a beautifully revised version of this brilliantly designed Ketubah graphic. “One Heart Second Edition” speaks to the heart of love and marriage in the distinctive signature style of Amy's contemporary vein of illuminated manuscripts. With an airy and quieter interpretation of this well loved ketubah illumination “One Heart Second Edition” affirms the effortless effort of a master work and reiterates the serendipity and pleasure of hearts united in love.

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  • Sefer: Night Ketubah $430.00

    Limited Edition Giclee Ketubah

    This contemplative Ketubah design reflects the cusp of midnight, a time when celestial forces draw us to sleep. The deep power of surrender to the night portrays the great mystery of our lives and the infinite potential of our most profound commitments. In keeping with the rich tradition of Torah ornamentation the illumination is wrapped in a delicate midnight blue on blue Brocade fabric. Sterling silver “Heart of Tears” closures clasp the booklet. Fine Japanese cords decorated with pearl, silver and lapis lazuli beads tie the hearts together.

    Chrome on Brass Easel Included.

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  • You And I Ketubah $260.00

    Like a flowing stream reflecting the luminous facets of a union springing from abiding love, “You and I” illumination conveys the subtle influences which shape an intimate relationship. This mirror image composition delicately embraces your marriage vows and expresses the concepts of individuality of spirit and convergence of being which a loving partnership embodies. Thoughts and ideas spring from the core of the relationship as a seed planted in fertile soil that flourishes in a nourishing environment.  “In our minds we will stay here, always, in love, You and I”.

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  • Evening Star Ketubah $250.00

    The fiery and flowing hexagram of ''Evening Star'' blends proud symbols of Jewish identity with the wondrous and infinite order of the universe. The appearance of a bright star in the heavens foretells of an upcoming event filled with blessing and promise. The symbolism of the ''Evening Star'' ketubah is offered as a blessing of goodwill from the artist to the betrothed, to family and friends. In the course of its trajectory as a contemplative art object in the home, ''Evening Star''s message of promise and hope for peace, transcends the individual and the moment, encompassing all humanity for all time.

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  • Paeonia Arbor Ketubah $175.00

    Innocence, tenderness and healing energy are conveyed in this romantic miniature composition. The traditional Chuppah canopy symbolizes the hospitality of the Jewish home of the betrothed and serves as a sacred, protected arch where ritual vows are undertaken in the presence of the Divine. Blushed Paeonia flowers adorn this open Chuppah composition. Commonly known as “Peony”, this flower is among the longest-used flowers in ornamental culture around the world and is known as “Flower of riches and honor”.

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  • Something Borrowed Ketubah $260.00

    My exploration of the East European immigrants experience in Mexico City began in a conversation with author Ilan Stavans. This lively encounter inspired my visit to the “Centro Historico” where another unique encounter, this time with Monica Unikel, transported me to the days when the first Jewish immigrants arrived in the city. Monica’s unique Jewish heritage, Mexican birthright and background in history combined into a unique career as tour guide with a concentration Mexico’s Jewish past. The kaleidoscopic sights and sounds of modern metropolis Mexico City is grounded in the archaeological remnants of the Aztec empire, historic structures of the Spanish conquistadors and in the faces of modern Mexican citizens.

    Blossoming Jacaranda trees lined the streets of the city upon landing. The spiked light violet flowers of these lovely ornamental shade trees defined my first impressions. Our tour with Monica revealed layers of history and clashes of culture which are majestically rendered in the details of this design. The skills of artisans from native and immigrant groups are all employed in reflecting the tiny but influential contributions of the Jewish immigrants to this Mesoamerican terrain and bless the beloved couple with the gifts of this fascinating place on earth.

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