Cycle of Life Ketubah

Nehama Samson

This lovely Ketubah features a scene of Jerusalem as well as the Jewish holidays throughout the year, including Shabbat. The chuppah depicted at the top of the Ketubah surrounds the couple with doves, symbolic of a peaceful home.

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Dimensions: 1111

Medium: Lithograph

Personalization Method:

  • Preprinted text filled in by hand
  • Personalization proof provided

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  • This artist charges a rush fee of $25 for personalized orders placed under 2 weeks

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Total: $ $ 210.00

Time to Door  1 to 2 Weeks
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Nehama Samson

Born in Israel, Nehama Samson’s art reflects her love of Jewish culture. Since completing her B.A. in Illustration at California State University, Nehama’s artwork has been exhibited at the Mizel Museum in Denver, at the Festival of Jewish Artisans in Los Angeles and throughout the United States and Israel.

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Cycle of Life

This lovely Ketubah features a scene of Jerusalem as well as the Jewish holidays throughout the year, including Shabbat. The chuppah depicted at the top of the Ketubah surrounds the couple with doves, symbolic of a peaceful home.

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With prices starting at $100, there’s a Ketubah for every budget.  Designs with a single $ are our most reasonably priced.  Two $’s means moderate price. Looking for something really unique, check out our Premium Ketubahs ($$$).
 

 

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We highly recommend consulting with your wedding officiant before selecting a Ketubah text. Many rabbis, cantors and officiants prefer or require a certain type of text. If you are placing your order online, you can print up a copy of your Ketubah text from our website. Should you order with us by phone, we will fax or email you a copy of your Ketubah text. No matter how you order, we definitely suggest you forward the text to your wedding officiant. This small pre-wedding task will save you from any concern o...[more]