Circle of Life Papercut Ketubah
The Circle of Life Ketubah With its vivacious paper cut design, the Circle of Life ketubah brims with organic movement. Fragile blue petals, encircling the text, join together to create a stylized flower, while delicate bushes extend outward in a burst of growth.
These intertwining elements remind us of the intertwining lives of the bride and groom. An outer band of decorative motifs, enhanced with 24- karat gold leaf, enclose the composition and give the ketubah a doily-like effect. The Circle of Life is a fanciful interpretation of the rhythmic flow of life's diverse elements that move with continual change only to flow together into an overall and unified pattern.See This Ketubah
Aviv-Spring Papercut Ketubah
Intertwining spring flowers and olive leaves adorn this elegant papercut ketubah. The pastel green and lilac, and pale pinks remind us of a yearning for a past era. Olive branches extend in a rhythmic flow and evoke an image of nature's awakening in the early spring.
Ornamental braids of growth and blossoming encircle the text. The words from Song of Songs: Ani l'dodi vi dodi li –I am my beloved's and my beloved is mine, embellished with 24 karat gold leaf is woven into the paper cut and crowns the artwork The Aviv ketubah is a visual analogy of love, nurturing and growth.See This Ketubah
Karmei Yerushalayim Papercut Ketubah
Symbolic motifs abound in the Karmei Yerushalayim (Jerusalem Vineyards) ketubah. Two peacocks (beauty) flanking a pomegranate tree (plenty) are bathed in golden light. The clusters of grapes surrounding the text remind us of the wine, which plays a central part of the wedding ceremony.
Wine is symbolic of the life cycle. Just as the grape juice is transformed to something that improves with age, so may the marriage bring increasing joy throughout the years. Beneath the text is the city of Jerusalem, always cherished in our hearts and minds.
The Karmei Yerushalayim paper-cut ketubah is a double-layered giclee print, hand-embellished with 24-karat gold.See This Ketubah
The Venetian Lace Ketubah
Delicate beauty abounds in the springtime floral motifs of this elegant paper-cut ketubah.
The festive garland of daisies and roses in bloom, encircle theketubah’s text and culminate with the words, “I am my beloved and my beloved is mine”: forming a canopy at its apex.
Artist, Danny Azoulay, has created this intricate design composed of three layers of paper cut and accented with authentic 24 carat gold-leaf. The beauty of the design is reminiscent of the traditional Venetian lace which adorns the bridal gown and joyfully celebrates the wedding ceremony.
- Giclee lithography, paper cut on fine acid free paper, 24 karat genuine gold leaf.
- A limited edition; all ketubahs are numbered and signed by the artist.
Hadas Papercut Ketubah
The Hadas (Myrtle Leaves) Ketubah, in its simplicity of design, is an elegant and sophisticated artwork. The myrtle leaf — a symbol of love and marriage — spirals outward and continuously encircles the ketubah text. With each circle the myrtle leaves grow larger and stronger, symbolic of the expansive nature of the bride and groom's ever-deepening love.
Clarity of form and color, combined with succinct visual imagery render a ketubah of grace and refinement. The Hadas is a giclee print and paper cut, embellished with hand applied 24-karat gold leaf.See This Ketubah
Ayalot Deer Papercut Ketubah
The quiet symmetry of the Ayalot (Deer) ketubah bestows a sense of calm. The paper cut is intricate and delicate.The gentle deer, symbolic of love and grace are in their element. They repose under fanciful trees resplendent with flowers and birds.
Above, the sky is composed of an interlocking pattern of the Star of David. “Ani li dodi v'dodi li,/ I am my beloved's and my beloved is mine” from the Song of Songs is inscribed under a canopy of myrtle leaves, symbolizing love.
At the top, a golden menorah celebrates the light of the Torah, illuminating the world with its great wisdom. The harmonious palette strengthens the sense of tranquility, while the 24- karat gold leaf embellishment quietly enhances this exquisite ketubah.
Please note: Colors on this papercut ketubah vary due to the delicate nature of the laser paper-cutting technique.See This Ketubah
Leaves of Love Papercut Ketubah
At first glance, the Leaves of Love ketubah with its celestial blue palette lifts one up to the heavens. Mythical leaves surround the ketubah. They suggest a peacock's glorious fan or precious filigreed jewelry. Above, a golden menorah reminds us of the light of the Torah that illuminates the darkness. This exquisitely executed ketubah is constructed of two paper cut layers.
The multi-layer construction gives a perception of depth, while the artistic composition directs our eye both above and below. There is a careful visual allusion to the significance of the wedding contract and to the sanctity of the union of the bride and the groom. The artwork is a giclee print enhanced with 24-karat gold leaf.
All ketubot by Daniel Azoulay are printed in Israel.See This Ketubah
The Paper Cranes III ketubah
1,000 Paper cranes granting you a wish is an enduring symbol from ancient Japanese legends — but a symbol that is still powerful today for a wedding: the passionate focus and attention you need to create 1,000 paper cranes is the same focus and attention you need to put towards your marriage to make it work — granting the wish of happiness for the couple!
This ketubah is perfect for the couple who values not only simplicity and minimalism, but who are always flying to the next destination. The dangling paper cranes represent the enduring love and peace that will stay constant with the couple, as time moves on.See This Ketubah
Antique Lace Papercut Ketubah
This elegant ketubah by Danny Azoulay, with its intricate and floral design, is reminiscent of antique lace (hence the name). The subdued play of a palette of white, off white, and cream motifs dance and intertwine creating a subtle composition. Crowning the ketubah, can be seen a Menorah and Ani L'dodi V'dodi Li: I am my beloved and my beloved is mine (Song of Songs 5:3). The genuine gold leaf quietly enhances the ornamentation, while the art work with its four-layer paper cut construction gives us a sense of three-dimensional depth. This piece will be treasured by the couple and generations to come. A limited edition: numbered and signed by the artist.See This Ketubah
Pardes Papercut Ketubah
Two playful deer approach a tree in a pastoral orchard. The trees dance rhythmically against a background of tranquility and peace. Although the city is close by, the orchard, like a marriage, is a refuge where one may take a moment's repose.
This visual analogy is stunning in its subtle execution. The white palette and the border of woven motifs of the Star of David give the ketubah a lacelike quality while the 24-karat gold leaf enhances its splendor and simplicity, making the Pardes a beloved ketubah.
This papercut ketubah is offered with a white background. The appearance of this ketubah can be changed by replacing the white background. All ketubot by Daniel Azoulay are printed in Israel.
Birds of Paradise Papercut Ketubah
“In the cities of Judea and the streets of Jerusalem, the voice of joy and the voice of happiness, the voice of the groom and the voice of the bride”
Birds of Paradise is a paper cut ketubah of joy and delight: an artistic expression of the Song of Songs. Olive branches, pomegranates and cheerful song birds are the dominant motifs that bespeak of a life of growth and blossoming. A gold menorah protected by a canopy of myrtle leaves is central to the composition. The composition conveys movement and yet, a sense of a balance and calm.
The charming palette of pastel pinks, blues and greens is enhanced by hand applied 24 karat gold leaf. Birds of Paradise is a celebration of the union of the bride and groom and visually anticipates their full and happy life together.See This Ketubah
Pomegranate Papercut Ketubah
Through the delightful use of color and the simplicity of its design, the Pomegranate ketubah conveys the joy we feel in the celebration of marriage . The overall circular composition of pomegranates and leaves playfully intertwined is a visual metaphor for the weaving together of the lives of the bride and groom.
The pomegranate attributed to have 613 seeds (equal to the number of mitzvot in the Torah) is a symbol in Judaism for righteousness, wisdom and fruitfulness; combine this with love and laughter and you have the main ingredients for a flourishing life together. This giclee print ketubah is a paper cut with hand applied 24 karat embellishment.
A limited edition, numbered and signed by the artist.See This Ketubah