The Momoyama Ketubah
The word “momoyama” refers to a period of 16th century japanese history from which the small round forms (actually stylized chrysanthemums) come from originally. Today they are pretty standard in Japanese design. The branches are a variant of eucalyptus. Giclee.
This ketubah is printed on watercolor paper with hand deckled edges.
|Orthodox no English|
|Conservative with Lieberman Clause wih Eng.|
|Conservative with Lieberman Clause no Eng.|