Greenwood Papercut Ketubah
The visual metaphor of the coming together of the bride and groom and the fusion of their separate lives becoming one is particularly poignant in the Greenwood ketubah. The two trees flanking the ketubah's text are separate entities, and yet, their roots grow towards each other, meet and begin to intertwine.
Above, their branches and leaves spread out and unite to create a canopy; a bridge in the sky with the words from Song of Songs: I am my beloved's and my beloved is mine. Below, a shelter is formed by the foliage above, providing a place where two deer may find refuge and seek repose This simple image encapsulates the hopes and aspirations of the new couple, who come to each other as individuals, making a bond that strengthens one another, as they grow while sharing their life together.
The words from Song of Songs 2:2-3: form a border around the ketubah Like the rose maintaining its beauty among the thorns, so is my beloved Like the fragrant apple among the barren trees of the forest, so is my beloved Giclee print with hand-applied 24 karat gold
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
Siman Tov Papercut Ketubah
“Siman Tov. May this be an auspicious time.” is the fervent cry that follows the breaking of the glass at the marriage ceremony. It is an expression of the shared joy of the celebrants and their heartfelt wishes for the bride and groom's future. The Siman Tov ketubah is a delicate paper cut reminiscent of fine Belgian lace.
There is exquisite detail in the weave of the motifs and in the application of the 24- karat gold leaf. This symphony of decorative elements creates a harmonious composition, as are our wishes for the new couple's shared life. All ketubot by Daniel Azoulay are printed in Israel.See This Ketubah
Orchard Heirloom Papercut Ketubah
We steal a glimpse of two deer resting in the shade of trees in the quiet of the afternoon. The pervasive tranquility in the Orchard Ketubah alludes to the marriage union as a restorative and strengthening bond. We may leave the tumult of our lives behind and re-enter the orchard to seek companionship, a quiet moment and repose.
This delicate paper cut ketubah is highlighted with gold detail and comes in an elegantly bound folder.See This Ketubah
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
Song of Songs Papercut Ketubah
Slender, elongated trees flank the Song of Songs ketubah creating an air of quiet symmetry. Sunflowers grow at the feet of their trunks while the leaves, in full foliage intertwine, forming a canopy in the sky. The canopy shelters a golden menorah, symbolic of the Torah and its great wisdom.
This paper cut ketubah is a poetic visualization of the marriage covenant :earthbound yet striving for the sublime, and with its significance in the continuity of
the Jewish home.
Below the text of the ketubah are written the words found in Song of Songs 2:23:
Like the rose maintaining its beauty among the thorns, so is my beloved…
Like the fragrant apple among the barren trees of the forest, so is my beloved
Giclee print with hand applied 24 karat gold
A limited edition, numbered and signed by the artist.See This Ketubah
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
Dancing Waves Ketubah
The Dancing Waves Ketubah by Danny Azoulay
Swirling contours intertwine in an exquisite cadence in this fine paper cut ketubah. Botanical motifs decorate the four corners that frame a rhythmic circular pattern, evocative of the ebb and flow of the sea.
The lines of each layer converge and intersect forming a pattern united by the harmony inherent in their sequential movement.
It is a true visual metaphor for the coming together of the bride and groom: each enter the union with their own qualities and together they will form a bond which enhances one another beyond the individual.
- 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.
Custom text is available upon request for an additional $245. If you would like to make changes to any existing text please call, the fee is $125.See This Ketubah
The Celebration Ketubah
Understated elegance is the keyword for this lovely ketubah. A graceful motif, simultaneously evoking Eastern arches, stylized flowers, delicate petals, garden trellises, and or, perhaps menorahs delightfully surround the ketubah text. Above is cut: I am my beloved and my beloved is mine while below, the words from Hosea:2:21 I betroth you forever, I betroth you in righteousness, law, grace and compassion complete this enchantingly simple and refined composition.
Giclee, paper cut, 24 k gold leaf.See This Ketubah
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
Gardens Papercut Ketubah
Two trees, strong and tall flank a tranquil garden. Their branches gracefully reach upwards towards the sky and each other. They are joined by the arc of a rainbow sheltering a golden menorah. Beneath, the words, “I am my Beloved's and my Beloved is mine – Ani l'dodi v'dodi li” form a bridge connecting these two trees.
A beautiful allegoric visualization of the marriage ceremony, the delicate paper cut ketubah is embellished with hand applied 24 karat gold leaf.See This Ketubah
The Peacock Papercut Ketubah – Migzeret Illusion
Central to this exquisite ketubah are two peacocks, shyly looking outwards, while resting under a pomegranate tree. Their feathers, billowing down like water flowing in a stream, surround the text while creating a decorative border.
The sweeping organic movement of the train of feathers contrasts with the visible tranquility of the pheasants who stand in perfect serenity.
This lovely composition combines the symbols of beauty and grace with that of abundance and fertility, against a background
suggestive of our journey in life and the strength that the bride and groom derive from their union enabling them to journey together.
“The paper cut ketubah is a giclee print with hand-applied 24 karat gold leaf. It is a limited edition and numbered and signed by the artist.”See This Ketubah