Mexican Embroidery Ketubah detail 1
Mexican Embroidery Ketubah detail 1
Mexican Embroidery Ketubah detail 3
Mexican Embroidery Ketubah detail 3
Mexican Embroidery Ketubah detail 2
Mexican Embroidery Ketubah detail 2
Mexican Embroidery Ketubah
Mexican Embroidery Ketubah
Mexican Embroidery Ketubah detail 4
Mexican Embroidery Ketubah detail 4
Mexican Embroidery Ketubah - detail 4
Mexican Embroidery Ketubah - detail 4
Mexican Embroidery Ketubah detail 6
Mexican Embroidery Ketubah detail 6
Mexican Embroidery Ketubah detail 7
Mexican Embroidery Ketubah detail 7
Mexican Embroidery Ketubah detail 1
Mexican Embroidery Ketubah detail 1Colorful man leading burro with flowers - in keeping with the Garden of Eden imagery, there is a man and woman on each side. Depending on the preference of the couple, same sex couples may want to request two women or two men.
Mexican Embroidery Ketubah detail 3
Mexican Embroidery Ketubah detail 3Colorful flowers and stylized birds, and many other animals form the decorative border. Two stalks of maize are the symbolic equivalent of the Tree of Life and the Tree of Knowledge.
Mexican Embroidery Ketubah detail 2
Mexican Embroidery Ketubah detail 2Inspired by the magnificent embroidered tapestries produced by the Otomi of Oaxaca, Mexico. A woman leads a burro holding a flower. A multicolored bird flies amongst flowers.
Mexican Embroidery Ketubah
Mexican Embroidery KetubahThe Otomi of Oaxaca, Mexico, an indigenous people, produce highly detailed and creative embroidery. The stalks of maize stand in for the Tree of Knowledge and the Tree of Life, a man and woman leading burros on each side of the design, presenting each other with multicolored flowers, as Adam and Eve. Bees, roosters, butterflies, cats, birds, and other creatures are interspersed amongst the flowers.
Mexican Embroidery Ketubah detail 4
Mexican Embroidery Ketubah detail 4Amongst the flowers are birds, butterflies, and chickens. Colorful and lively the rooster looks ready to crow.
Mexican Embroidery Ketubah - detail 4
Mexican Embroidery Ketubah - detail 4The fonts selected for this ketubah are simple typefaces - chosen for their understated readability. As with all the ketubah designs, custom fonts are available by request (make sure to purchase the custom font add-on).
Mexican Embroidery Ketubah detail 6
Mexican Embroidery Ketubah detail 6The English font is simple and easy to read. Signature lines can be configured either for signing in Hebrew and English, or with an extra long signature line only for the rabbi (many rabbis prefer to sign Jewish documents with both Hebrew and English, while some couples and their witness prefer to sign only in English).
Mexican Embroidery Ketubah detail 7
Mexican Embroidery Ketubah detail 7Bright and colorful, this ketubah is detailed and varied so that the viewer can always find a new detail to catch their eye.
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