In the cities of Judea and the streets of Jerusalem, the voice of joy and the voice of happiness, the voice of the groom and the voice of the bride (The Seven Blessings)
A gold menorah shines its light under a canopy of myrtle leaves (symbolic of the Jewish chuppah) while cheerful song birds proclaim the auspicious occasion. This lovely paper cut ketubah is full of birds and botany, color and movement, and bliss and delight.
The Naïve style is an expression of innocence and love and growth. A pure joy is conveyed in this contemporary ketubah’s cheerful palette, its delightful motifs and its overall rhythmic flow.
Birds of Paradise is a celebration of the newly wedded couple and anticipates their full and happy life together.
The dimensions are: 16“ W x 23“ H.
Giclee, paper cut, genuine 24 karat gold leaf.
A limited edition: signed and numbered by the artist.