Inna Berl "Holy Places" Black & White Version Ketubah – Jewish Marriage Certificate – High Quality
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Cherish the memory of your special day forever with this majestic Ketubah (Jewish marriage certificate). Designed by renowned artist and designer, Inna Berl, and inspired by old European manuscripts and drawings, this high quality print displays an array of Jewish holy sites, including the Holy Temple, Rachel's Tomb, the Tower of David and the Western Wall, beautifully illustrated in a black and white traditional style. The design also incorporates a blessing traditionally recited as part of the Jewish wedding ceremony written across the top in Hebrew; "G-d, Our Lord, let there soon be heard in the cities of Judah and the outskirts of Jerusalem the sound of joy and the sound of gladness, the voice of the groom and the voice of the bride", as well as an array of Jewish motifs such as the crown symbolizing the Kingship of G-d and the Lion of Judah symbolizing the Tribe of Judah and the modern city of Jerusalem.
The text of this Ketubah can be adapted to suit your beliefs and lifestyle or you can create your own to make this Ketubah truly unique and personal to you.
After you place the order for your Ketubah a member of our team will be in touch to clarify any details and once the Ketubah is ready, we will email you the final result so that you can approve it before it's shipped.
Artist Inna Berl has been designing and creating Judaica in Jerusalem for almost 30 years. Inna is a graduate of the International Academy of Arts in St. Petersburg and her work is infused with Jewish faith bringing you exquisitely illustrated blessings, megillot (scrolls) and Ketubot (marriage certificates). Her work has earned her praise from Israel's former Chief Rabbi, Israel Meir Lau, and can be found in private collections across Israel, the USA and around the world.