Like the Aderabe Vows, this ketuba was also intended as a nongender ketuba, and the extract "I am my beloved's and my beloved is mine" taken from the Songs of Solomon is used for decoration. At the top, the artist placed a hamsa for good luck and, at the bottom, King David's crown to represent strength, harmony and knowledge. An unusual floral oval border is executed in tapestry like style.
Dimensions: 58.5 x 40.5 centimeters (23 x 16 inches).
Original: US $1300
Giclee: US $350 ($450 with the silver ornamentation) GOLD EFFECT