"Siman Tov. May this be an auspicious time." is the fervent cry that follows the breaking of the glass at the marriage ceremony. It is an expression of the shared joy of the celebrants and their heartfelt wishes for the bride and groom's future.br>
The Siman Tov Ketubah is a delicate paper cut reminiscent of fine Belgian lace. There is exquisite detail in the weave of the motifs and in the application of the 24- karat gold leaf. This symphony of decorative elements creates a harmonious composition, as are our wishes for the new couple's shared life .
Written above the text in 24- karat gold leaf in Hebrew is "Ani L'Dodi V'Dodi Li"; I am my beloved's and my beloved is mine.
On the bottom is the text B'Siman Tov.
Also featured is the Seven Branch Menorah an ancient symbol of Israel.
Siman Tov Ketubah (Giclée lithography) is paper cut on fine acid-free paper with 24 karat genuine gold leaf.
Each ketubah is a limited edition. All ketubahs are signed and numbered by the artist.
Measures 15 1/2" x 15 1/2".
This papercut ketubah is offered with a white background. The appearance of this ketubah can be changed by replacing the white background.
Please pick which text you prefer in the menu above. The text available are:
Traditional Aramaic (Orthodox)
Traditional Aramaic with English (Orthodox)
Aramaic with English including Lieberman Clause (Conservative)
Reform Text Hebrew and English
Egalitarian Hebrew and English (Can be used for Interfaith)
As an option, you may have an Artist fill in the personalization both in English and Hebrew. $75 extra.
Print out the Ketubah Personalization Form and email or fax it back (please call before faxing).
PLEASE NOTE : These ketubot are made in Israel. Please allow for 4 - 5 weeks and an additional 2 weeks for Personalization.