David Fisher Paper Cut Jerusalem Arch Ketubah with White Floral Pomegranate Border
Add a touch of contemporary Israeli art to your wedding ceremony with this magnificent designer ketubah from David Fisher:
- Made from laser-cut paper, this ketubah features its text surrounded by a lovely floral design and topped by an elaborate Jerusalem motif.
- Masterfully handcrafted in the artist's Jerusalem studio.
- To best suit your personal style, this ketubah is available in a variety of colors, texts and languages for you to choose from!!!
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Personalized to make it unique and personal to you and your future spouse
Acid-Free Paper, Acrylic Paint
Paper Size: 25.5" x 18.6" / 65 x 46 cm
Cutting Size: 18.8" x 12" / 46 x 30 cm
Create a flawless Ketubah for your special day with this magnificent design by renowned Israeli artist and designer, David Fisher. The text of this enchanting Ketubah is stylishly positioned at the centre of an arch, surrounded by a large, intricate floral pomegranate design, and crowned by a beautiful depiction of ancient Jerusalem, in elaborate white paper cutout. Shaped around the Jerusalem depiction are the famous words from Psalm 137; "If I Forget Thee, O Jerusalem, May My Right Hand Forget its Skill", a testament to the bond between the Jewish People and the Holy City of Jerusalem, in Hebrew. This elegant Ketubah can be personalized to fit the diverse needs of today's Jewish world and make it truly unique and personal to you and your future spouse.
For personalized Ketubot, once we have received all the required details from you, we will send you an example of how the final Ketubah will look for your approval.
David Fisher, born in Jerusalem, is an Israeli graphic designer who has revived the traditional Jewish art form of paper cutting, that goes back to at least the Middle Ages, through utilizing a modern laser cut technology. Together with his expertise in Hebrew typography, the technique of arranging and designing text, these acclaimed works of art are a beautiful portrayal of Jewish blessings, prayers, symbols and decorative motifs.