The Rabat Ketubah
The Rabat Ketubah contains rich color, elaborate detail and a stunning historical style. This Ketubah captures the beauty and style of historical Moroccan Ketubot. This Ketubah is perfect for the couple that wants something traditional and beautiful.See This Ketubah
Concert Lights Ketubah
The Concert Lights Ketubah contains tons of color and beautiful detail. This design brings central focus to the Ketubah text. This Ketubah is perfect for the couple that wants something high-quality and traditional.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
The Ethereal Landscape Earth Ketubah
The Ethereal Landscape Earth Ketubah takes the most ancient subject — the earth itself — and gives it a modern view. This Ketubah thus combines the land and sky around us, but adds a distinctly 21st century twist to it.
This ketubah is perfect for the couple who not only is in touch with nature and the world around them — but who wants to view themselves and the world from different angles, who wants to continue our ancient traditions but with a very modern style. It is for the couple who is willing to work hard to achieve the best of all worlds.See This Ketubah
The Red Abstraction Ketubah
Vibrant splashes of bright red, golden yellow, and muted blue soak into the coarse textured background design. This ketubah throws a bit of everything at the viewer in one glorious mix: red for love and anger; blue for serenity and sorrow; yellow for hope and fear.
The Red Abstraction is perfect for adventurous, energetic couples that have a taste for grunge, abstract art, and aren't afraid to acknowledge: love is the high AND the low. Let your life together be your next great adventure.See This Ketubah
Once Upon a Dream – Pink
In the middle of a ballroom, the lovers dance; her flowing locks and gown twirl into a dreamy blur as they match each other step for step. Spellbound, they gaze into each other's eyes; nothing else matters. Inspired by “Sleeping Beauty”, this ketubah captures the magic of a fairytale romance–true love and unwavering devotion, come what may.
Once Upon a Dream (Pink) is perfect for the romantic couple that feel like they've always known each other. You swayed to the rhythm of your own song, till you met a stranger singing a familiar tune. Waltz away to your Happily Ever After with your prince or princess in your arms; dragons don't stand a chance.See This Ketubah
Ayn Sof Ketubah
According to Kabbalistic literature, the concept of “Ayn Sof” (without end) embodies the ultimate source of all reality. In this ketubah, two central blossoms, representing the Sefirot of Tiferet and Malkhut, are floating in a current with no visible beginning or end. The union of these spiritual principles represents the eternal dialectic between male and female. In a sacred marriage bond every proper deed contributes to well-being and harmony and leads to understanding divine essence. Ayn Sof is printed with “giclee” technology using the highest quality paper and ink.See This Ketubah
Kinetics of Desire Ketubah
This exuberant spiral composition captures the essence of desire as it manifests in a love relationship. Desire is central to human emotion and is responsible for our greatest achievements as well as our darkest atrocities. All unformed ideas become reality as desire is harnessed and transformed into action. The Mogen David jewel calls upon us to keep central the tenants of Judaism. From this center vivid pattern and color emerge in joyous vitality, symbolizing the kinetics of desire, with our promises of love and kindness.See This Ketubah
This ketubah is a clever and succinct rendition of an unrolling scroll. It was inspired by the beautiful K’riat Sh’ma, where we re-affirm our commitment to Jewish ritual by inscribing the Lord’s commanded words upon the door posts of our homes and gates. The angular position of the main text encourages the viewer to consider past, present and future. The scroll unwinds to read the written covenant between bride and groom; the prayer reads: “And you shall lay these words upon your heart and upon your soul.”See This Ketubah
Twilight Promise Ketubah
Celestial energy emanates from this illumination. The delicate rendering of the zenith phase of the moon is embedded in the language of the marriage covenant. As the lunar cycle influences the rhythms of our very lives so the Jewish calendar honors the natural order of our common human experience. Marriage, in this context, represents the hub of our daily efforts. The multifaceted star composition creates the notion that our existence embraces many dimensions, all of which interact and influence our everyday experience. The essence of this ketubah is beautifully expressed in Psalm 89:38. “It shall be established for ever like the moon, and the witness in the sky is sure.”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.
Mystic Pomegranates Ketubah
“May our lives be as full of blessings as a pomegranate is full of seeds” encircles the marriage vows in this whimsical, folk art ketubah. Special glitter and gold foil stars, leaves and quotes enrich the design.
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