This ketubah features a layout inspired by Italian ketubot from the 17th century, and detailed vinework modeled after illuminations from the Medieval masterpiece, The Ashkenazi Hagaddah.
Around the central text block, decorative text painted with meticulous filigree quotes words the Song of Songs and the seven marriage blessings — across the top: “I am my beloved’s and my beloved is mine;” bottom: “You have stolen my heart, my sister, my bride;” right: “Voice of joy and voice of gladness;” left: “Voice of the bridegroom and voice of the bride.”
On the table rest a book and a globe, rich with symbolism. As an extra option, I can inscribe your first names above the text block, in either English or Hebrew. Scroll down for additional views.
Print Method: Giclée
Original Medium: Gouache, pen & ink, gold leaf
Please note: Due to the variations between computer monitors, and the inherent difference between projected light and ink on paper, the colors you see here are only approximations.