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RE­CENT KE­TUBAH STORE RE­VIEWS

In­ter­faith Ke­tubahs

By |Jan­u­ary 16th, 2014|

The first of its kind, it is­n’t hard to guess what In­ter­faith Ke­tubahs spe­cial­izes in! With de­signs vary­ing from mod­ern and unique, to more sub­tle and tra­di­tion­al, In­ter­faith Ke­tubahs car­ries gor­geous art pieces from some of the best Ke­tubah artists out there. Their point­ed fo­cus on the needs […]

Pa­per­cuts By Oren

By |De­cem­ber 4th, 2013|

With a back­ground in clas­si­cal fine art train­ing, it did­n’t take artist Oren Loloi long to find where his true pas­sion lies. Study­ing at one of the best art schools in the world, Oren had no doubt in his mind that his life would be ded­i­cat­ed to pro­duc­ing […]

Zeesi Fine Art Ju­daica

By |Oc­to­ber 28th, 2013|

Start­ing out as a tex­tile de­sign­er in New York, artist Zeesi has a back­ground in fine art train­ing, as well as a beau­ti­ful col­lec­tion of ke­tubot. Zeesi’s ke­tubah col­lec­tion draws in­spi­ra­tion from the land­scape and sym­bol­ic im­ages in Is­rael, and is a tes­ta­ment to her skill with­in var­i­ous […]

Shine 516

By |Sep­tem­ber 2nd, 2013|

Can­dice Coates is the artist and de­sign be­hind the beau­ti­ful col­lec­tion of ke­tubot of Shine 516. Her com­pa­ny start­ed through the de­sire to pro­vide her tal­ent and skill to the Mes­sian­ic Jew­ish com­mu­ni­ty. Not just spe­cial­iz­ing in ke­tubah de­signs, Shine 516 al­so cre­ates mes­sian­ic cards and oth­er pa­per […]

Bagel Ke­tubahs

By |Au­gust 23rd, 2013|

A great web­site and eclec­tic col­lec­tion of art­work, BGL Same-Sex Ke­tubahs is a great source for Gay and Les­bian ke­tubahs! The “Bagel Team” (“Bagel” for “Bi­sex­u­al, Gay, and Les­bian”) start­ed their web­site through the typ­i­cal strug­gle Same-Sex Jew­ish cou­ples face on most ke­tubah web­sites — find­ing not just […]

The Paint­ed Ke­tubah

By |Au­gust 12th, 2013|

With an MFA in Paint­ing and an MA in Con­tem­po­rary Art His­to­ry, artist Hadass Mor Ger­son has built The Paint­ed Ke­tubah not on­ly on knowl­edge and skill, but tra­di­tion. Start­ing through word of mouth, Hadass want­ed to cre­ate ke­tubahs that not on­ly con­tained tra­di­tion­al el­e­ments, but were com­pli­men­ta­ry […]

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