Ark of Light | Micah Parker

Dimensions: Artwork/Paper | Limited Edition Print Run
ketubah4less: 10.5" x 16.25"/12" x 18" | 950
Standard: 12.5" x 19.5"/14" x 21" | 650

"Ark of Light" is a traditional ketubah of gold, blue, and burnt orange that elegantly incorporates Jewish symbolism into an ornately jeweled ark that surrounds the ketubah text. The ark represents the holy house of the Torah and the design intimates the chuppah, or wedding canopy, under which a Jewish bride and groom marry. In this design by Micah Parker, at the ark's beacon, in the center at the top, is the Star of David. Letters of the Hebrew alphabet signifying the Ten Commandments are draped to the left and right. The light of two Shabbat candles ? one for the bride and one for the groom ? reflects from the golden jewels on either side of the ketubah text. The phrase, "Where you will go, I shall go," appears in Hebrew above and in English below the text.
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Canvas ketubahs and custom texts must be personalized.
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Customization and accessories can be chosen after you add your ketubah to your cart.
Normal Lead time: About 1-2 weeks
Add 2 weeks for canvas and 4 weeks for papercuts.
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Under the Ketubah Options above select the edition type, paper or canvas, your favorite text, personalization, and any framing option. Then click the Add to Cart button.
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