This is a ketubah inspired by ancient ketubahs from Jewish communities from Eretz Israel, and Ashkenazi communities.

The ketubah is rich in symbols of fertility and prosperity: pomegranates, vines, fish and wheat, as well as a symbol of the Menorah at the top of the ketubah.

When the framed ketubah is hung on the wall, the shadows created as a result of the lighting highlight the white paper cuts by the shadow and create a sense of three-dimensionality.

The ketubah is made of two layers: the bottom layer is the paper cuts, made of acid-free paper, and the top layer is the text. You can choose between handwritten calligraphy and printed text adapted for ketubah itself.

 

The size of the ketubah: 40X40 cm

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