The Konkan India Ketubah
The ‘Bene Israel’ Jews have been living in India for centuries, since long before the Expulsion from Spain. Indeed, many of the prominent families of Indian history, such as the Sassoons, were Jewish.
The Bene Israel lived primarily around the Konkan area but since migrated around India and today, largely to Israel. The Konkan Ketubah is a magnificent ketubah, in the traditional Bene Israel Ketubah style, including the classic representation of birds in the Ketubah.See This Ketubah
The Ljubljana Ketubah
The Jews of Slovenia have the unique honor of being at the crossroads between the ancient Jews and the medieval then modern Jews. Jews lived in Slovenia in ancient Roman times, and then, in the 6th century of the common era, Jews starting moving to Ljubljana and then Piran and the surrounding towns, where they were the region’s money-lenders. Over time, many of the Jews went on to Poland, Germany and the heart of Europe, but a small community has constantly remained in Ljubljana and Slovenia.See This Ketubah
The ancient Ketubot of Ljubljana often included lions, stars, and an ornamental border. The Ljubljana Ketubah is perfect for the couple whose family lives on the crossroads between the old and the new, between the traditional and the modern, between Israel and Europe.
The Shiraz Ketubah
The Jews of Persia date back to Biblical times, the Babylonian Captivity, as well the annals of Greek history which verify much of our Biblical history. Our relationship with the gentile Persians has been complicated and difficult for as long as our Jewish memory goes back.
But the Jews of Persia have long adopted Iranian visual customs and styles, from the domes to the Isfahani look — and the bright colors and flowery flourishing. The Shiraz Ketubah is a recreation of the traditional Persian Jewish aesthetic elements and is the perfect Ketubah for the couple wanting to remember and respect our Persian heritage.See This Ketubah
The Polish Ketubah
From Kraków to Lublin, Poland was at the heart of Jewish life for almost a thousand years, and still lives in the collective Jewish imagination. From the classic chederim to the birth of the Chassidic movement to the pain of the Cossack invasions to the Pale of Settlement, the Jews of Poland experienced a substantial portion of the most recent millennium of Jewish history.See This Ketubah
The traditional Ketubot of the Polish Jews were simple but often with a few key symbols, notably, often the Jewish stars in the corners of the Ketubah. The Polish Ketubah is perfect a Jew, whose family lived in Poland, honoring the traditional Ketubot of the Polish Je