Holy Land Ketubah
Holy Land Ketubah - Mosaic tiling has been a method of decoration for millenia. Exquisite examples can be found throughout the ancient Mediterranean.
The quote at the bottom of the ketubah is a common wedding verse, it reads “Still can be heard in the cities of Judah and the outskirts of Jerusalem, the voice of joy and the voice of gladness.” Symbols within the mosaic include two intertwining ropes, pomegranates (a traditional symbol of fertility), and olive branches (symbol of peace). Olive trees and stylized Jerusalem is on the background landscape. The lower trunks form the Hebrew letter Shin, the holy designation commonly found on mezuzot.
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