Home of Love Ketubah detail 1
Home of Love Ketubah detail 1
Home of Love Ketubah detail 2
Home of Love Ketubah detail 2
Home of Love Ketubah detail 3
Home of Love Ketubah detail 3
Home of Love Ketubah detail 5
Home of Love Ketubah detail 5
Home of Love Ketubah detail 3
Home of Love Ketubah detail 3
Home of Love Ketubah detail 4
Home of Love Ketubah detail 4
Home of Love Ketubah
Home of Love Ketubah
Home of Love Ketubah detail 1
Home of Love Ketubah detail 1At the top surrounding a pair of buntings is a line from a Hebrew poem by Judah Halevi that translates to, "Ever since you became my love's home, my love has dwelled with you."
Home of Love Ketubah detail 2
Home of Love Ketubah detail 2To ensure that this ketubah can represent all marriages, it is available with two female birds (in addition to male & female and male & male versions)
Home of Love Ketubah detail 3
Home of Love Ketubah detail 3A version with two male buntings is available.
Home of Love Ketubah detail 5
Home of Love Ketubah detail 5The border art of this traditional style ketubah is made of bright flowers. Each flower is lovingly detailed.The Hebrew typeface is ornate with "crowns" on the traditional letters. It was chosen to correspond visually with the flowers and leaves.
Home of Love Ketubah detail 3
Home of Love Ketubah detail 3This ketubah was designed in the style of historical ketubot. While the bright colors may seem anachronistic for this goal that is only because we are accustomed to seeing the colors aged to earth tones. In their first days, many of the ketubot would have been bright and bold.In the center border, the English translation for the Hebrew poem around the birds appears.
Home of Love Ketubah detail 4
Home of Love Ketubah detail 4The English text shown here is the Reform with Kids. It is set in a lovely formal typeface with ornate swirls, chosen to complement the decorative theme of the inner border.
Home of Love Ketubah
Home of Love KetubahWhile not strictly based on a period design, the border art of this traditional style ketubah has many themes common to European ketubot from the Renaissance onward. The multiple borders combine objects from the natural world and repeating motifs. At the top surrounding a pair of buntings is a line from a Hebrew poem by Judah Halevi that translates to, "Ever since you became my love's home, my love has dwelled with you."
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