TalyasTouch

Unique ketubot, Judaica and ceramic art

30 Sales

TalyasTouch

Unique ketubot, Judaica and ceramic art

30 Sales On Etsy since 2010

4.5 out of 5 stars
(4)
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Talya

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Announcement   First of all, if you're here - Mazal Tov!
You are at an exciting time of your life, and you are making momentous decisions.
Your ketubah will be a long-time reminder of this time and your special day. It should reflect your unique taste in color and design, and be a pleasure for you to behold.
I trust you will find here what you are looking for, in fine handcrafted art or in digitally-produced high quality giclee print.
It is possible also to make private requests here, based on items you have seen.

Announcement

First of all, if you're here - Mazal Tov!
You are at an exciting time of your life, and you are making momentous decisions.
Your ketubah will be a long-time reminder of this time and your special day. It should reflect your unique taste in color and design, and be a pleasure for you to behold.
I trust you will find here what you are looking for, in fine handcrafted art or in digitally-produced high quality giclee print.
It is possible also to make private requests here, based on items you have seen.

Talya

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Talya

Original Handcut Hebrew "Todah", Thank you
US$35.00
Ketubah - Doves, papercut style, blue
US$170.00
Ketubah - Iconic Octagon, watercolor style
US$170.00
Ketubah - Morning Star, papercut style
US$170.00
Shalom Doves - mixed media painting
US$280.00
Ketubah - Lilies in Spring
US$170.00

Reviews

Average item review
4.5 out of 5 stars
(4)
Anastasia Wojda

Anastasia Wojda on May 15, 2016

4 out of 5 stars

Amazing product as promised and loved working with Talya. Can't wait for the big day and the signing of our Ketubah which will proudly display in our home. Only hiccup... Hoped the paper would have been higher quality.

kathy

kathy on Sep 28, 2015

5 out of 5 stars

This was hands down the best aspect of the "pop-up" 50th anniversary surprise wedding I threw for my parents. I had the ketubah printed on nice paper and the guests all signed it thus serving as ketubah witnesses. My parents were thrilled and they are going to frame it.

Ann LaPorte

Ann LaPorte on Sep 17, 2015

5 out of 5 stars

Our ketubah turned out amazing! I took it to a print shop to get it printed, matted and framed and everybody there was saying how unique and beautiful it was. So easy to work with even though we are in different times zones!

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About

Start from tradition, go.. anywhere!

The Ketubah is the Jewish marriage contract. This document had traditionally been illuminated in various ways through the ages, usually with flowers and images of Jerusalem, but also with decorative geometric patterns and biblical verses. Sometimes these verses pertain to the names of the bride and groom, or the Torah portion of the week of the wedding. Many time they are verses from King Solomon's Song of Songs, which is all about love and passion.
Many Ketubot today feature quotes from evocative poetry, love songs and other sources.

There is no limitation as to what can appear around the ketubah text. Your imagination and the things that bond you together as a couple can set the tone for this precious art-document you will cherish for many, many years.

My ketubot are giclee printed on acid-free art paper, smooth or textured according to your choice.

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  • Talya Shachar Albocher

    Owner, Designer

    I love making ketubot - I get to meet people at the happiest time in their life and contribute to their family memories and shared experience. It's a blessing to get to do this. Thank you past and future clients, Mazal Tov to you all!

Shop policies

Last updated on February 6, 2011
A Ketubah is no everyday purchase, its significance is that of an heirloom.
The choice should be made with care and will result in a piece of art for you and your family to treasure always.

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Payment
Your Ketubah should be ordered well ahead of time, taking into account that shipping and handling (and personalization) all take time. Since personalization can only begin once your order is paid for, and your approval is required before your ketubah is shipped, a good rule of thumb would be to do this at least 3-4 weeks before the wedding date.
For personally tailored designs, such as custom requests and existing designs in your own favorite colors, allow an additional week or two.
Shipping
My handcast Ketubot are shipped flat between 2 pieces of foam board, to keep them perfectly safe through their journey.
My giclee-printed ketubot are shipped in mailing tubes.
Additional policies and FAQs
My ketubot are shipped from Israel via express airmail.
Once the item is shipped I will mail/message you the tracking number.