In the Stars (New Ketubah)...

It is rare to find an artist that can successfully create art work that integrates all the important elements of the ketubot tradition with beautiful design and style. Tsilli Pines of New Ketubah not only does that, but takes it a step further by combining different mediums of artistic expression, and does so seamlessly. Her In The Stars ketubah incorporates polaroids, cotton thread and graphic prints to create the Best Mixed Media Ketubah. Originally posted 2012-10-18...

Lovers A'huvim Ketubah (Gad Almaliah)...

The dynamic art form of lithography is still seen among many classic ketubot today. However few really achieve modern quality, while still maintaining the traditional Jewish ketubah art. Lovers A'huvim, a water color lithograph ketubah made by Gad Almaliah does both seamlessly. Between the beautiful landscapes of Israel and distinguished Jewish symbols, his unique water color takes Best Lithograph ketubah. Originally posted 2012-08-14...

Double Wedding Ring Ketubah (Love By Leya)...

Paperie is such a unique material used in creating paper-cut ketubot that we wanted to make sure we awarded only the absolute best. All of Love By Leya's ketubot are absolutely beautiful in design, technique and craftsmanship. Her careful selection of color palettes and materials make for gorgeous artwork. However it's the dynamic paperie layers and flawless paper-cut pieces of her Double Wedding Ketubah that gives her The Best Paperie Ketubah Award. Originally posted 2012-10-18...

Most Earth Friendly Ketubah (Love By Leya)...

Love By Leya stands out not just for her gorgeous paper-cut ketubot, but her commitment to creating them with 100% earth-friendly materials. From first design to final shipment and payment, she uses sustainably harvested and processed papers. Her packaging is made of biodegradable papers and she even donates a percentage of her profits to environmental organizations. Love By Leya wins Most Earth Friendly Ketubot for her devotion to preserving this beautiful tradition while also preserving the planet, one ketubah at a time. Originally posted 2012-10-18...

4 Pillars (Gabrielle Mizrachi Mallin)...

This next award is one that is so unique, we had to make sure we found exactly the right ketubah for it. Gabrielle Mizrachi-Mallin's "4 Pillars Ketubah" is crafted with 6 to 12 layers and faux gemstones to produce a beautiful light and drama. His Ketubah contains all the dynamic and unique structure that is vital in creating not just an ordinary art piece, but a beautiful 3D art piece. We are pleased to award the "4 Pillars Ketubah" with Best 3D Ketubah. Originally posted 2012-08-14...

Life in Technicolor (This Is Not a Ketubah)...

Every Ketubah means something special. It is, after all, a symbol that represents the love and commitment a couple exhibits for one another. Few ketubot, however, push the boundary of creativity and originality like the Life In Technicolor Ketubah. This Is Not A Ketubah have not only harnessed the essential symbolism of a couple's union, but have also managed to incorporate a completely fresh and different style of ketubot. Life In Technicolor receives the Most Original Ketubah award for giving us a new way to look at a time-honored tradition. Originally posted 2012-08-13...

Ahuvim Copper Ketubah (Gad Almaliah)...

It's not often that ketubot are created from something as eye catching as copper. The Ahuvim Copper Ketubah from Gad Almaliah is so unique and different that we had to create an awards category just for his beautiful ketubah and outstanding craftsmanship. The hand-cut embossed copper and printed text perfectly exhibits the beauty and emotion of a traditional ketubah. Gad Almaliah wins Best Hand-Cut Copper Ketubah for his exquisite technique and skill. Originally posted 2012-10-18...

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