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  • Joy Papercut Ketubah $510.00

    This lovely ketubah combines a rhythmic progression of a simple geometric motif with the delight of color. The repetition of the cube with subtle variation is coupled with an interplay of the rich palette that creates a sensation of joyful buoyancy. A color juxtaposed next to the right color will symbiotically define, emphasize and elevate one another. Like two distinct colors, the bride and groom, embark on their journey in life, side by side, bringing their own individual qualities and mutually enhancing and strengthening each other by the closeness of their being.

    Papercut on fine acid-free paper: hand-embellished with genuine platinum leaf. A limited edition; all ketubahs are numbered and signed by the artist.

     

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  • Gardens Papercut Ketubah $630.00

    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.

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  • The Around Jerusalem Ketubah $290.00

    The Around Jerusalem Ketubah depicts life in Jerusalem — filled with rich tradition, history and a beautiful culture. Simple tones colored by vibrant touches through out, this Ketubah is the perfect centerpiece in your new home and beautiful life together. A sacred work of art born out of tradition and culture.

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  • The Dream Reflection Ketubah $290.00

    The Dream Reflection Ketubah exhibits softer hues and dynamic texture. The blends of colors and text placement create a simple, but gorgeous design. This Ketubah is perfect for the couple that wants a traditional Ketubah with a classic design and high-quality style.

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  • The Life in Technicolor Ketubah $290.00

    The Life in Technicolor Ketubah is filled with tons of intricate patterns, images, and a spectrum of colors. The cross of organic images with vibrant tones blends really makes the art piece come to life. This traditional Ketubah is perfect for the couple that wants something that is a little more colorful.

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  • The Quiet Lilies Ketubah $290.00

    The Quiet Lilies Ketubah draws inspiration for the delicate, but striking elements in nature. This piece inspires everything a Ketubah should, romance and tradition with a gorgeous design. The intricate colors and details compose this beautiful traditional Ketubah.

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  • The Stained Glass Orchards Ketubah $290.00

    This Ketubah is inspired by the synagogue's stained glass art. The Stained Glass Orchards Ketubah exhibits beautiful color and traditional themes. The depth and dynamic elements of the design give the feeling of authentic stained glass.

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  • The Chamsa Ketubah $200.00

    The Chamsa or Hand of Miriam, refers to Miriam, the sister of Moses and Aaron. The symbol serves as an ancient talismanic way of averting and protecting oneself from the evil eye, or more generally providing a ''protecting hand'' or ''Hand of God.'' The golden Peach and blue leaves on each side of the Chamsa are Chinese folk designs — a symbol of immortality, marriage and springtime. Around the Chamsa, in the circle: White doves — for peace on earth and mind. On the bottom left side: The fluid blue verse coming out of the fiery vase: ''Vast amounts of water cannot extinguish My love (for you) and rivers cannot flood it'' -Song Of Songs

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  • The Kabalah Tree of Life Ketubah $200.00

    “From every human being there rises a light that reaches straight to heaven and when two souls that are destined to be together find each other, their streams of light flow together and a single brighter light goes forth from their united being” (Ba'al Shem Tov)

    The Jewish mystical doctrine known as “Kabbalah” (=”Tradition”) is distinguished by its theory of ten creative forces that intervene between the infinite, unknowable God (“Ein Sof”) and our created world. Through these powers God created and rules the universe, and it is by influencing them that humans cause God to send to Earth forces of compassion (masculine, right side) or severe judgment (feminine, left side).

    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 Persian Ketubah $290.00
    The Jews have been an integral part of the Persian Empire since, at least, the ancient historical and biblical era of Cyrus, who let us practice our religion and rebuild our temple. The Persian Jews have a unique style, visible in the everything from the architecture to the style of liturgy, that combines thousands of years of Judaism with thousands of years of Persian culture.
    The Persian Ketubah is a distinctive Ketubah, nothing like the ketubot of any other Jewish community, ancient or modern. The Persian Ketubah is in the deep, rich colors, traditional in the Persian communities; and contains the decorative flair and patterns associated with the Persian Jewish community. The metaphorical frame around the deep aquamarine center that holds the Ketubah text is also a common element in traditional Persian Ketubot.
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  • The Modena Italian Ketubah $290.00
    The Jews of Modena were the bankers (under the protection of the House of Este) and scribes, particularly the Kabbalistic scribes, since 1025. The Jewish tradition of Modena is rich and varied: the Jews were expelled from Bologna and other parts of Italy and escaped to the safety of Modena; yet Modena still required a Ghetto. They were the heart of the “Italkim,” the Jews of Italy.
    The tradition of the Ketubot from Modena is one of the greatest remaining gifts to modern Jewry from Modena. The Ketubot of Modena were elegant yet embellished — a perfect combination representing the ups-and-downs of the traditional Jewish life in Modena.
    The Modena Ketubah incorporates the elaborate details of the southern Sephardi Jews — and applies it to a more traditionally Ashkenazim format, where a simple frame holds the text. The use of one single color was popular in the early sixteenth century, as pigments were scarce, and the color red was the most appropriate option when writing on parchment
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  • The Simple 18 Ketubah $200.00 $100.00

    A square design framing the text with basic bold colors and lines.

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