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

At the bottom of the ketubah is the sentence from the Song of Songs "I am for my beloved and my beloved is for me" in paper cuts.

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.

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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