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The design of this ketubah reflects the cusp of midnight, a time when celestial forces draw us to sleep. The power of surrender to the night portrays the great mystery of our lives and the infinite potential of our most profound commitments. In keeping with the tradition of Torah ornamentation the illumination is wrapped in a midnight blue on blue Brocade fabric. Sterling silver "Heart of Tears" closures clasp the booklet. Fine Japanese cords decorated with pearl, silver and lapis lazuli beads tie the hearts together. Chrome on brass easel included. Only 100 of this design will be created.

 

Amy Fagin’s beautiful ketubot are characterized by a graphic and elegant combination of word and image.  Each work of hers reflects the splendor and sanctity of the Jewish marriage covenant.  Amy aspires to capture in her ketubot the aspiration of new marriages and the greater impressions of Jewish family, community and heritage.

 

To place an order for this ketubah, which requires assistance by a sales associate for personalization and text choice, please call Celebrations - The Jewish Museum Design Shop, (212) 423-3260, during regular store hours.

 

Our selection of ketubot can be viewed in person at Celebrations: The Jewish Museum Design Shop.

 

Size: 10 x 16 inches

 

Available texts:

Orthodox Hebrew/English

Conservative with Lieberman Hebrew/English

Egalitarian Hebrew/English

Interfaith

 

These prices do not include an additional personalization fee.



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