Ketubahs Gallery

The Ketubahs are generally 20 Inches by 28 inches (50 Cm by 70 cm) in size

Vineyard
Vineyard

Elaborate and Rich grape clusters and vines, intertwined as a symbol of fertility, wealth and abundance. This magnificent Ketubah is painted in colors of Gold, Gouache and black calligraphy ink

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The Gazelles Paper-cut 2
The Gazelles Paper-cut 2
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The Gazelles Paper-cut 1
The Gazelles Paper-cut 1

In this Ketubah I used a delicate paper-cut technique. It describes a couple of Gazelles in a mystic forest, filled with pomegranate trees and birds. You can pick a different background color such as: purple, burgundy or gold (made from pure gold leaf)

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Lovers
Lovers

This colorful Ketubah was inspired by the Song of Songs. The gentle doe is the woman's companion, and the man has the lion by his side. The Ketubah is painted with Ink, Gouache and water colors with the addition of Gold

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The Wedding Ring
The Wedding Ring

To create this Ketubah I was inspired by an ancient wedding ring from Italy. This home shaped design is decorated with an abundance of symbols such as: Fish for fertility, Wheat and Grape-vines for Happiness and Joy, Star of David and the Menorah

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The Golden Ketubah
The Golden Ketubah

This is a classic, elegant design. A delicate weave of golden ornaments on a deep purple background

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Arabesque 1
Arabesque 1

This magnificent design is decorated with miniature patterns of flowers, branches and leaves. This oriental style was used to decorate old scriptures, embroidery and carpets in the Orient. This Ketubah is very popular and is presented here in a variety of colors

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Glorious Gate Paper-cut 2
Glorious Gate Paper-cut 2

In this Ketubah I used a delicate paper-cut technique. Many elaborated arches were used to form this famous symbol of the gate to welcome the couple. The paper-cut ketubah is partially painted with water colors and gold and you can choose various background colors

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Glorious Gate Paper-cut 1
Glorious Gate Paper-cut 1

In this Ketubah I used a delicate paper-cut technique. Many elaborated arches were used to form this famous symbol of the gate to welcome the couple. The paper-cut ketubah is partially painted with water colors and gold and you can choose various background colors

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Love Birds
Love Birds

This ketubah is designed in the Art Nouveau style that draws it's inspiration from nature in soft flowing patterns and colors. This particular Ketubah is recommended as a unique gift to parents that wish to renew their vows on their anniversary, or any other meaningful occasion

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Arabesque 3
Arabesque 3
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Arabesque 2
Arabesque 2
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Peacocks
Peacocks

An Art Nouveau style Ketubah, created in delicate water colors on fine quality paper, illustrating two glorious peacocks that together compose a colorful and vivid frame, combined with decorations of flowers and leaves. At the center of the Ketubah two doves - as a symbol of unity and love, above them, a quote from the seven wedding blessing that are recited and sung for the bride and groom during the wedding ceremony: "kol sason v’kol simcha, kol chatan v’kol kalah" - voices of joy and gladness

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Flower Wreath
Flower Wreath

This unique Ketubah is designed as a blooming wreath, filled with colorful natural images. It is shaped as a wedding ring and is painted with ink, water colors, Gouache and gold

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Embrace in Nature
Embrace in Nature

In this Ketubah there are two magnificent trees creating a powerful couple. The tree tops and the roots are joining together, and in the center there is a peaceful scene of a couple hugging each other embraced by nature

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Princess of Marrakech
Princess of Marrakech

The stunning beauty and breath taking richness of colors in the market of the city of Marrakech, Morocco, inspired me to create this wonderful Ketubah. This Ketubah is painted in ink, Gouache and Gold

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Oriental Magic
Oriental Magic

A Masterpiece of delicate gentle ornaments with many traditional symbols such as the Pomegranate, Star of David and Peace dove. Those ancient symbols are integrated in the famous gate that appears in many traditional Ketubahs and means blessings for the couple entering their new home

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the Golden Gate
the Golden Gate

A richly adorned gate is a cornerstone symbol in many traditional Ketubahs. The meaning behind it is to wish the new couple many blessings and success in entering the gate of their new life together

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