The Polish Ketubah
From Kraków to Lublin, Poland was at the heart of Jewish life for almost a thousand years, and still lives in the collective Jewish imagination. From the classic chederim to the birth of the Chassidic movement to the pain of the Cossack invasions to the Pale of Settlement, the Jews of Poland experienced a substantial portion of the most recent millennium of Jewish history.
The traditional Ketubot of the Polish Jews were simple but often with a few key symbols, notably, often the Jewish stars in the corners of the Ketubah. The Polish Ketubah is perfect a Jew, whose family lived in Poland, honoring the traditional Ketubot of the Polish Jews.