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  • Galilean Rose Ketubah $200.00

    Galilean Rose Ketubah – The verse that surround this circular ketubah: “I am my beloved’s and my Beloved is mine. (He who) tends the roses “(song of songs). Tall blooming Iris blooms with grace and beauty wrap the circle of Love. Song birds, violins, harp and heavenly-scent of gorgeous roses. Gaily colored, Happy scene ketubah to express new Love.

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  • Lotus Ketubah $200.00

    Lotus Ketubah by Nava Shoham – colorful ribbons with orange and green leaves.

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  • Royal Claddagh $200.00

    “With these hands I give you my heart and I crown it with my love.”

    The Royal Claddagh depict two hands holding a heart.The hands denote friendship and togetherness, and the heart itself signifies love. The crown above the heart stands for loyalty.

    The Claddagh holds symbols of luck, love, and blissful energy.

    Doves, symbols of peace and love.
    Cornucopia, or horn of plenty is a symbol of abundance.
    The eagles, symbol of strength, power.
    Butterflies, symbol of freedom, celebrations and joy. A state of naturalness and purity.

    Please note: If you purchase this ketubah with personalization, your information will be filled in via computer-print rather than hand-calligraphy. Hand-calligraphy is not available with this ketubah.

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  • The Time of Our Life $200.00

    It is The Time Of Our Life, the moment we find each other, the sacred time we treasure the heart we're looking for. We were meant for each other. No time is too long, no distance is too far, and nothing can ever tear us apart.
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    Elements and symbols in the art:
    the DNA (on top),
    Tree of Life (at the bottom)
    The wide open universe, and the vast shapes of nature are unified in the sand clock.

    Please note: If you purchase this ketubah with personalization, your information will be filled in via computer-print rather than hand-calligraphy. Hand-calligraphy is not available with this ketubah.

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  • Yin Yang Universe Ketubah by Nava Shoham $250.00

    Print Size: 22″ x 22.5″ (Giclee)

    Please note: If you purchase this ketubah with personalization, your information will be filled in via computer-print rather than hand-calligraphy. Hand-calligraphy is not available with this ketubah.

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  • Milk and Honey Blue Ketubah $200.00

    The Milk and Honey blue ketubah by artist Nava Shoham depicts the seven species with which the land of Israel is blessed. This ketubah is available with a white or blue backing.

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  • The Milk and Honey White Ketubah $200.00

    The Milk and Honey ketubah by artist Nava Shoham depicts the seven species with which the land of Israel is blessed. This ketubah is available with a white or blue backing.

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  • The Chamsa II Ketubah $200.00

    The flow of water, nature, wheat, barley, and olive leaves are all symbols of purity and wealth. The dancing figures symbolize the festivity of life, and enduring fiery energy in both body and soul. The tree of life at the base of the palm contains the word Chai (Life) in its roots.

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  • Passage Ketubah $170.00

    The Passages ketubah strikes the viewer with its regality and composure. It is a design honoring the majesty of the wedding ritual and the important life transition for bride and groom, their families and friends. The lavender band suggest the tallis or chuppah, a holy covering for their ceremonial vows. The pillars are a traditional symbol of support and knowledge, and seated at the foot of them are the lions of Judea, the guardians of Jewish faith. A sense of mystery and thoughtful reflection develop within this work.

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  • Mystic Jerusalem Ketubah $120.00

    A potpourri of color, texture and coolness, this ketubah is a fanciful and optimistic rendition of Jerusalem. Doves playfully surf in, out and around Jewish symbols and quotes from the Song of Songs.

    Available texts:

    • Orthodox no English
    • Conservative with Lieberman Clause
    • Reform
    • Alternative Reform
    • Interfaith
    • Custom
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  • Claddagh Ketubah $200.00

    CLADDAGH

    “Let love and friendship reign.”
    “With these hands I give you my heart and I crown it with my love.”

    The Irish Claddagh depict two hands holding a heart.
    The hands denote friendship and togetherness, and the heart itself signifies love.
    The crown above the heart stands for loyalty.

    The ornaments that encompass the vows
    holds symbols of luck, love, and blissful energy.

    Counterclockwise:
    The Chamsa symbol for good luck
    Fishes symbol for happiness, sacredness, fertility.
    The peace dove
    Fruitful Vine
    CHAI
    and the energy source of all living,
    the SUN.

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    The Claddagh History
    The Claddagh ring/symbol has a rich ancient past that dates back to over 300 years.
    The Claddagh ring is deeply rooted from Irish tradition.
    There are two stories told that are believed to be the first apperances of the Claddagh Irish ring.

    The First story
    A native of Galway (Ireland) named Robert Joyce left his hometown for distant ports. He sailed on a ship bound for the West Indies. He was captured by the Algerians, who kidnapped Joyce, and sold him into slavery. He was taken to a goldsmith’s shop, and forced to work there, far away from the woman he loved.
    Joyce never forgot the Irish woman who owned his heart, and he created the first Claddagh ring as a romantic symbol of their love.
    His loyalty and commitment to her were illustrated by the charming motifs he chose for the legendary Claddagh ring. Two hands, gently clasping a crowned heart, were wrought from pure gold, and they symbolized the sacred nature of romantic love and faithfulness. Joyce dreamed of returning to Galway and embracing his love.
    honing his skills as the Moorish goldsmith’s assistant, King William III ordered the release of all slaves in 1689. Joyce gained his freedom at last.
    Despite the pleas of king William III, who offered him all manner of worldly goods,
    and even his own daughter as a bride, if only Joyce would stay on and work for him,
    Joyce was resolute. He would return to his own true love, and make a life with her.
    Upon his return, Joyce's loyalty was rewarded. Margaret, the woman he loved so much, was there waiting for him, just as he had waited for her. And the couple lived out their life together. She wore her Claddagh ring until the end of her days.

    The Second story
    Margaret Joyce inherited a huge amount of money from her late husband named Domingo de Rona. He was a wealthy Spanish merchant trading with Galway in Ireland. She later married the Mayor of Galway in 1596 and used her inherited wealth to construct many bridges in Connacht. The first Cladagh ring was supposed to be her reward and was dropped by an eagle into her lap.

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    It does not matter which story you believe in, or if you believe in neither, because everyone agrees that the Claddagh ring and symbol has a history and precious meaning that is significant to this day.

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    It is the blissful meaning of the Claddagh that makes it an ideal choice for all occassions such as weddings, birth stone rings, engagement rings, Mother's Day and for just about any other special occasion.
    The deep and true meaning of the Irish Claddagh rings has also put them into a group of rings referred to as the faith rings.

    Please note: If you purchase this ketubah with personalization, your information will be filled in via computer-print rather than hand-calligraphy. Hand-calligraphy is not available with this ketubah.

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  • Genesis Ketubah $200.00

    Genesis Ketubah – The verse that surround the Genesis ketubah is the Kiddush of the Seventh day of the creation of the world (from The Genesis book. Chapter 1.)

    The composition represent the creation of the world. The bottom fiery red tones that looks like flames, describing the creation of the light, the day, the fire, and all goes up to the blues cold colors (at the ketubah top) and blends in the water, nigh, blue sky and the dark universe. The animals as part of the creation, the lions as a symbol of power, The nation Israel, and freedom. And the love birds- new beginning, new Love. The ketubah is framed with many tiny nature elements little seeds, blossoms, branches, vines, flowers And on the sides, standing tall the Shabbat candles. The little egg banners can be customize with your names or any other special symbol.

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