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  • noun Plural form of ketubah.


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  • A woman from Los Angeles who produces handwritten ketubahs – Jewish marriage contracts – told a Jewish newspaper she has been getting commissions for ketubahs from Christian couples who found it romantic, and even from one Buddhist couple.

    Pop-kabbala in a time of shahids

  • Walls near the entrance were lined with 24 ketubahs, or wedding contracts, some illustrated with tiny lute players that looked like something by Watteau.

    The Jewish Week (BETA)

  • Bibles, Megillot, ketubahs and more - some more than 700 years old.

    The Jewish Week (BETA)

  • Fifteen years ago, Melissa Dinwiddie had no idea she'd be creating custom ketubahs and teaching calligraphy classes around the country for a living.

    J. Weekly

  • As an Israeli immigrant in 1983, Naomi Teplow had no experience with art, not to mention ketubahs, but after her first one she was hooked.

    J. Weekly

  • Teplow's ketubahs are intricate blends of Israeli landscapes, animals and flowers, as well as vibrant geometric designs.

    J. Weekly

  • At Melissa Dinwiddie's Mountain View studio, she creates her calligraphy and print masterpieces - from ketubahs to fine art prints.

    J. Weekly

  • Since ketubahs are the framework for a Jewish marriage; many couples view them as a thing of beauty, and have theirs designed by artists and / specially commissioned.



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