Chantilly Papercut Ketubah (Daniel Azoulay)...

This type of ketubah is truly a work of art that sets itself aside from the rest. The intricacy of this delicate art form requires so much patience and diligence, it’s no wonder there are not more out there. Especially not like the craftsmanship of Danny Azoulay. The platinum ornamentation and three-layer cut paper gives Azoulay’s ketubot a gorgeous dynamic depth unseen of anywhere else. For that we give him Best Papercut Ketubah, his gifted craftsmanship is a true representation of a beautiful tradition. Originally posted 2012-08-15...

Ketubah T74/A (Art Chazin)...

A ketubah is such an integral piece of the Jewish marriage ceremony. There are few whom create ketubot in a style that genuinely brings you back to the roots of this long-established tradition. Artist Avraham Chazin of ArtChazin.com has beyond question, the most outstanding traditional ketubah. With gold stamping and custom imagery that shows off a striking emboss, we could not find anyone more deserving of Best Traditional Ketubah Originally posted 2012-08-15...

The Loving Embrace Ketubah (This Is Not a Ketubah)...

Our favorite category is one that combines the powerful message of a ketubah through modern art with a completely unique and fresh style. When choosing the winner of this award we also look for a reliable quality that isn’t found anywhere else. The Loving Embrace from This Is Not a Ketubah goes above and beyond your typical ketubah. It captures Picasso’s art style with vibrant colors and conveys a compelling message of a couple’s love for one another. This Is Not a Ketubah’s modern art piece is definitely the Best Ketubah Of The Year and deserving of a huge applause! Originally posted 2012-10-18...

The Amsterdam Ketubah (Orthodox Ketubot)...

Ketubot Art is such an important and time honored tradition. Something so beautiful and unique deserves a work of art that can honor that tradition perfectly — something that will be influenced by our roots and background. The Amsterdam Ketubah by Orthodox Ketubot is a beautiful work of art that exhibits the Jewish influence in Holland throughout many centuries. The intricate design and soft colors is a blend of Sephardi and Ashkenazim tradition and makes for the best Historical Ketubah out there.   Originally posted 2013-04-25...

The Oded Ezer Ketubah (Oded Ezer)...

The arrangement and appearance of the text is an extremely important piece in creating a perfect ketubah. Odor Ezer wins Best Typographic Ketubah for his completely unique and advanced craftsmanship. Ezer’s knowledge of the hebrew text along with his unparalleled skill sets him apart from the rest. His text makes any regular ketubah come to life. Originally posted 2012-08-13...

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...

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...

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