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  • Rays of Light Ketubah $200.00

    A colorful kaleidoscope incorporates miniatures of Jewish and universal symbols. The word “To Life”, “Lechaim” (in Hebrew) is brightly emphasized in the center of the circle of life, that shines out it’s Rays of love light. Joyful verses taken from the song of songs along with blessings for good luck surrounds this amorphous design:
    “I am my beloved’s and my beloved is mine”.
    “I found He whom my soul loves”.
    “Place me like a seal upon Your heart, like a seal upon Your outstretched arm; for Your love is as strong as death”.
    “Vast amounts of water cannot extinguish My love for you and rivers cannot flood it”.
    “Go out and see, daughters of Zion, the King Shlomo; in the crown which His mother has made Him, on the day of His wedding, and on the day that His heart rejoices”.
    “Gladden the beloved companions as you gladden your creature in Garden of Eden from aforetime”.
    “Praised are You, Adonai our God, who rules the universe, who created joy and gladness, bride and groom, pleasure, song, delight, laughter, love and harmony, peace and companionship, Adonai our God, may there always be heard in the cities of Judah and the streets of Jerusalem voices of joy and gladness, of happiness, voices of bride and groom, the jubilant voices of those joined in marriage under the huppah, the voices of young people feasting and singing. Praise are You, Adonai, who causes the groom and the bride to rejoice together.”

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  • The Amsterdam Ketubah $290.00
    The Jews were prominent in Amsterdam ever since they were expelled from France in 1325 and found refuge with the Dutch. The community grew to its golden years after the Expulsion from Spain led many Spanish Jews to find safety in Amsterdam as well. In the Jewish Netherlands, a unique intermingling of the Sephardi and Ashkenazim was born: intermarriage between these groups was common, and, due to the lack of Rabbis, the two often prayed together. Indeed, even in Dutch today, many Yiddish words are common — a testament to the Jewish influence in Holland throughout the centuries.
    In the Amsterdam Ketubah, this unique mixture of the Sephardi and Ashkenazim in Amsterdam clearly reveals itself. The elaborate patterns of the Sephardi tradition combine with the reserve of the Ashkenazi tradition, to create a magnificent historical Ketubah.
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  • The 60’s Ketubah $290.00

    The 60's Ketubah exhibits lots of bright colors and a retro theme. The design comes together beautifully to frame the text and create a gorgeous work of art. This Ketubah is perfect for the couple that wants a traditional Ketubah with color and great quality.

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  • The Simple 36 Ketubah $100.00

    The Simple 36 Ketubah has a colorful frame with reds, yellows and orange to create a warmer mix of shades.

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  • The Simple Cyan Ketubah $100.00

    The Simple Cyan Ketubah exhibits a simple design with a bright blue shade throughout the whole border.

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  • The Simple Hamsa Ketubah $100.00

    The Simple Hamsa Ketubah exhibits a vibrant border with a hamsa design.

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  • The Simple Pentagons Ketubah $100.00

    The Simple Pentagons Ketubah contains a gorgeous border with a warm color palette and intricate pattern.

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  • The Simple Spanion Ketubah $100.00

    This Ketubah contains a gorgeous border with trees and a fading vibrant sunset.

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  • Shabbat Light Ketubah $290.00

    The Shabbat Light Ketubah exhibits a traditional Shabbat dinner with wine, candles, challa bread. Inspired by the Matisse style, this Ketubah contains lots of bold colors and a beautiful design. Perfect for the couple that wants a high-quality Ketubah with a traditional theme.

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  • Blue Scroll Ketubah $220.00

    This opulent ketubah was inspired by Italian Jewish motifs. A rich vine & leaf border offsets a delicate parchment motif and is accented with gold foil.

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  • Sweet Shelter Ketubah $250.00

    The third illumination from our “Heritage Ketubah” collection, “Sweet Shelter” honors the Jewish community of Sarajevo, Bosnia, Herzegovina. This composition is based on the artist’s interpretation of an embroidered wall hanging from a Jewish home dating from 19th century Sarajevo. The original embroidery is on display at the Orthodox Synagogue / Museum of historic old town Sarajevo. This romantic composition draws the viewer back in time to when the Jewish community found shelter from the expulsion of 1492. This inspired design evokes romance, reflections of joy, celebration and the “sweet shelter” or marriage for generations to come!

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  • The Tehran Ketubah $290.00

    Persian Jews have been known for their tradition of flowery art since ancient times, particularly in Tehran, Isfahan and Shiraz. Centuries of influence of cultures from the entire region as the Persian Jews led the Persian trading empires helped the traditional Persian Jewish artistic style incorporate elements from the Arabic and Indian styles nearby.

    The Tehran Ketubah is a recreation of a traditional Persian Ketubah, and includes the core elements consistently found in Persian Ketubot, including, above all the extreme flourishes and ornamentation.

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