Wedding Ketubah

January 13, 2010 § 2 Comments

Sumi Ink on Rives BFK Paper, 18 x 22″, 2008 (Detail)

This is a detail of a commissioned wedding Ketubah.   A Ketubah is a traditional Jewish marriage contract, literally translated to mean “it is written”, that dates back more than 2000 years.

The lower half of the image  is the wedding text and vows.

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§ 2 Responses to Wedding Ketubah

  • jeffandjuliawedding says:

    How much do these cost?

    • Mike Schultz Paintings says:

      Hi Julia and Jeff,

      Thanks for asking. The cost depends entirely on the size and amount of time/work that goes into the piece. You can contact me at mikeschultzpaintings@gmail.com and we can talk details and budgets if you would like to explore this option. Often times clients will propose a budget and then we dialog about what they would like and what their budget would afford them.

      Thanks!
      Mike

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