Or­tho­dox Ke­tubot is an Or­tho­dox-on­ly Ke­tubah store and is the new play­er on the Ke­tubah block in the Ke­tubah mar­ket­place. Start­ed by a “group of Ke­tubah mavens” in New York, they de­sire to com­bine great cus­tomer ser­vice with high-qual­i­ty Ke­tubot art. Their web­site sells a va­ri­ety of rang­ing Ke­tubot artists’ and styles — all strict­ly ad­her­ing to the Ha­lachah.

Noah and I have to­geth­er re­viewed oth­er 50 Ke­tubah web sites and artists (prob­a­bly more than 100 by now) and we have nev­er found one be­fore that fo­cused on­ly on Or­tho­dox Jews. This is a strong con­cept, and it is a strong web­site, be­cause it cre­ates a com­fort­able and high-qual­i­ty space just for more re­li­gious cou­ples.

Al­though Or­tho­dox Ke­tubot seems to be ex­treme­ly new (they are on­ly sell­ing for about five dif­fer­ent artists present­ly), they have suc­cess­ful­ly com­bined both tra­di­tion­al Ke­tubot with an up-to-date and easy-to-use web­site. We re­al­ly loved their His­tor­i­cal Ke­tubah Col­lec­tion that is in­spired by ac­tu­al his­tor­i­cal Ke­tubot found in an­cient times. Esti, the pro­pri­etor of Or­tho­dox Ke­tubot, is deeply knowl­edge­able about Ke­tubot, and al­so friend­ly and pro­fes­sion­al.

Or­tho­dox Ke­tubot has a lit­tle bit of every­thing for the tra­di­tion­al cou­ple — even a more “sim­ple” line of Ke­tubot for those on a bud­get. We’ve rarely seen Ke­tubot that look great for just $100. If you’re look­ing for a tra­di­tion­al Ke­tubah that is a high-qual­i­ty work of art, Or­tho­dox Ke­tubot is def­i­nite­ly worth check­ing out!