Date 5765 (2005)
The bride, whose name in Hebrew means "rose" originates from Italy. The couple chose a Renaissance style for their ketuba and asked the artist to make their text appear to be under the wedding canopy [Huppa].
A lavender rose bouquet flanks the crown.
The bottom two corners hold "rings of light", the meaning of the bride's maiden name and the two rings of light symbolize the wedding bands and eternal love.
Part of the pillar holding the canopy is visible in this detail with the floral decoration winding around it.
An Italian landscape complete with the Ponte Vecchio, the famous ancient bridge in Florence.
And of course, another vignette of Jerusalem showing the pastoral countryside.