The Persian Ketubah-1849
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The Jews have been an integral part of the Persian Empire since, at least, the ancient historical and biblical era of Cyrus, who let us practice our religion and rebuild our temple. The Persian Jews have a unique style, visible in everything from their architecture to the style of liturgy that combines thousands of years of Judaism with thousands of years of Persian culture.
The Persian Ketubah is a distinctive Ketubah, unlike the ketubot of any other Jewish community, ancient or modern. The Persian Ketubah is in the deep, rich colors, typical of Persian communities while containing the decorative flair and patterns associated with the Persian Jewish community. The metaphorical frame around the deep aquamarine center that holds the Ketubah text is also a common element in traditional Persian Ketubot.