Mar 16

Ketubah of the Day

Fall Flower Ketubah

by Nava Shoham

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Ketubah Description

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The interweaving patterns on this ketubah are meant to symbolize the interweaving of the lives of the bride and groom. A quote from the Seven Blessings surrounds the ketubah: Gladden the beloved companions as you gladden your creature in Garden of Eden from aforetime."

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Ketubah Artist Bio

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Born and raised in Israel, Nava Shoham’s artwork reflects her belief in the beauty of Judaism. Asked to create a Ketubah for her sister-in-law’s wedding in 1988, Nava’s art career was transformed, and she has since been creating festive and unique Ketubot for couples around the world. Her work has been exhibited in Israel and the United States, and is in private collections as far away as Australia, Brazil, Mexico and Belgium.