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  • The Around Jerusalem Ketubah $290.00

    Like all of our traditions and life, we look for inspiration from our roots. Life in Jerusalem is the inspiration for this Ketubah. The classic symbols, bright colors and liveliness blend together to create a gorgeous and unique work of art.

    This Ketubah will make a striking centerpiece for a couple's home and beautiful new life together. Around Jerusalem is perfect for the couple that although may be different in interests and hobbies, but both hold tradition close always in a fresh and modern way.

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  • The Vibrant Hamsa Ketubah $290.00

    Few things are as universally recognized in Jewish symbolism as the Hamsa, or the artistic representation of the Hand of G-d. Offering good luck and defense against the 'evil eye', the Hamsa has been a feature of Judaica full of spiritual significance, and stunning beauty.

    Offering an updated take on Russian artist Marc Chagall’s classical Jewish imagination, the vibrant colors in this Hamsa weave together Jewish symbolism with meaningful forms and a spirit that calls on the joy and passion of love. We can't help but feel a connection with it!

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  • The Horizontal 18 Ketubah $290.00

    Piet Mondrian's style is one of our most popular styles for Ketubot: his combination of modern art with a sensibility that works well with traditional and modern Judaism is an awesome combination for a Ketubah.

    The The Horizontal 18 continues the exploration of Mondrian's style in the context of a Ketubah. It is bright and bold — and stands out in both modernist and traditional apartments and houses. This Ketubah is a new mix of one of the best 20th century artistic styles and artists, with the sacred beauty of the Ketubah itself.

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  • The Raw Chestnut No. 18 Ketubah $290.00

    The artwork created by Mark Rothko in the late 1940's didn't lack in defined shape or size. This was something that deviated from the norm at that time, and redefined larger art pieces as something more personal, rather than arrogant or “pompous and grandiose”. Rothko stated “The reason I painted them, however… is precisely because I want to be very intimate and human”.

    The Raw Chestnut No. 18 exhibits a warm, brown color palette with a simple shape. Inspired by Rothko's though provoking designs and the warmth and comfort of home, this bold Ketubah adds an intimate and modern touch to any room.

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  • The Quiet Blues Ketubah $290.00

    There’s something especially unique about experiencing the beauty of nature with the love of your life. This work of art is part of our gorgeous Landscape Memory Ketubot Series. With blending colors and soft hues, this Ketubah is a snapshot into a special memory you share, wether it’s a favorite trip you took together, your honeymoon, or the place where you both go to just watch the sunset. It couldn’t prove that age old adage to be more true — happiness is only real when shared.

    The Quiet Blues Ketubah shows beautiful tones blending together to create almost a dreamy esthetic. The soft flow and movement of this design lights up the text without taking away from the beauty of the artwork itself. This Ketubah exhibits a sea line with dark blue and green tones and brilliant white clouds, perfect for the couple that wants a palette of deep, rich tones. This work of art will be completely significant to you and your partner — a beautiful memory that holds both your experiences and love.

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  • Moscow Metro Ketubah $290.00

    Moscow’s Metro is an interesting reflection of Russia’s political history and how that blended with the world of art. First opening in May of 1935, Stalin opened Moscow’s metro as a method of displaying Soviet realist art. Art work seen in the original stations not only gained national recognition, but international attention as well.

    The architecture seen among the Moscow metro, although politically fueled, is some of the most gorgeous works of art seen in the history of the world’s metro systems. Thus making the Moscow Metro Ketubah a beautiful tribute to both tradition and gorgeous art.

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  • Lost View Of Fuji Ketubah $290.00

    With a stunning asian landscape and beautiful blue sky you can’t help but feel you are truly looking at a lost view of Mount Fuji! This gorgeous work of art is inspired by the famous “Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji” series by Katsushika Hokusai. Hokusai’s series depicted the breath taking view of Mount Fuji in various seasons and from different locations.

    The Lost View of Fuji Ketubah shows Mount Fuji during a beautiful season — blooming with gorgeous flowers, wildlife, and color! This work of art is for the couple that not only love good Japenese food, but also appreciate the gorgeous works of art that have come from artists like Hokusai. This gorgeous Ketubah will not only be your daily view of Mount Fuji, but a reminder of your passionate and exciting marriage!

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  • Through the Grapevine Ketubah $290.00

    With gorgeous colors and an eclectic theme, the Through the Grapevine Ketubah is a beautiful representation of marriage and authentic tradition. This Ketubah features a twisting grapevine through a lattice fence, working it’s way around the Ketubah text to create a unique framing.

    The tallit and large banner add a traditional feel to this already stunning design. The Through the Grapevine Ketubah is perfect for the couple that wants something classically Jewish in style, but modern in design and quality! This design captures the beauty of marriage interwoven with your spiritual and everyday life. This Ketubah will look stunning in your home — an artistic symbol of your commitment and traditions.

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  • The Origami Ketubah

    With a sleek minimalist design and beautiful colors, the Origami Ketubah blends the best of Jewish tradition and Japanese Origami! This Ketubah features a stunning color palette and one hundred paper cranes — one of the most classic and iconic origami animals. The Ketubah text to the left compliments and ties in the overall design beautifully.

    The Origami Ketubah is perfect for the couple that loves classic tradition and heritage represented in a uniquely modern way. The stunning blend of modern art, Japanese style and the Ketubah tradition creates the perfect design to represent you and your partner’s love and commitment. This Ketubah will look beautiful in any room of your home — a gorgeous work of art that will fill you with love and warmth every time you look at it!

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  • L’Amour Des Amants Ketubah

    This timeless and charming Ketubah was inspired by the unique and stunning works of French artist, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. Known for his skilled and realistic depiction of people and the Parisian nightlife, Henri’s work beautifully captured his subjects for what they truly were. L’Amour Des Amants Ketubah shows a 19th Century Couple tenderly embracing and completely in love with one another.

    L’Amour Des Amants Ketubah captures the essence and color of a vintage Paris. The long brush strokes and faded color is inspired by the same technique used by Henri, and really works beautifully throughout the overall design. This Ketubah is perfect for the couple who loves the classic French romance — wether it’s in a movie, book, or even your favorite wine! This Ketubah will be a reflection of your unique style and timeless love.

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  • Birds of Paradise II Ketubah $290.00

    Curling arabesques, golden arch, and royal crimson inlaid in amethyst purple complement the dappled orange-bronze foliage of the tree under which a pair of peacocks nestle. In Eastern traditions, the peacock is the guardian of royalty and also an emblem of nurturing, magnanimous, and immortal love.

    The Birds of Paradise (II) is perfect for the romantic couple with refined tastes and a firm conviction that grace and integrity are fundamental to a good relationship. Blending Art Nouveau styles with Persian motifs, this ketubah demonstrates you don't need to be gaudy to show your true colors.

    Artist Recommendation: This Ketubah looks particularly stunning on wood!

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  • Something Borrowed Ketubah $260.00

    My exploration of the East European immigrants experience in Mexico City began in a conversation with author Ilan Stavans. This lively encounter inspired my visit to the “Centro Historico” where another unique encounter, this time with Monica Unikel, transported me to the days when the first Jewish immigrants arrived in the city. Monica’s unique Jewish heritage, Mexican birthright and background in history combined into a unique career as tour guide with a concentration Mexico’s Jewish past. The kaleidoscopic sights and sounds of modern metropolis Mexico City is grounded in the archaeological remnants of the Aztec empire, historic structures of the Spanish conquistadors and in the faces of modern Mexican citizens.

    Blossoming Jacaranda trees lined the streets of the city upon landing. The spiked light violet flowers of these lovely ornamental shade trees defined my first impressions. Our tour with Monica revealed layers of history and clashes of culture which are majestically rendered in the details of this design. The skills of artisans from native and immigrant groups are all employed in reflecting the tiny but influential contributions of the Jewish immigrants to this Mesoamerican terrain and bless the beloved couple with the gifts of this fascinating place on earth.

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