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Not just a Seder plate - this is a Passover centerpiece. This swirled brass and steel Seder plate has a glass pyramid in the middle and copper cups on top. 19" long, 5.75" tall, 3.5" wide.
7.5”x 7.5” tray with “Holy Sabbath” written in Hebrew.Six 2.25” tall shot glass cups with matching design.
6.5” Charoset bowl with floral design. part of the Terra Cotta Collection, is crafted with red clay and hand painted with deep, rich hues of color. Gloss glazed and food safe but hand washing is recommended.
This collection piece is hand-made from fused glass. Fused glass art may show blister seeds or thin lines which further enhance its handcrafted uniqueness. Diameter 12``.
This smart and contemporary illumination speaks to the heart of love and marriage in the distinctive signature style of artist Amy Fagin’s work. An airy and organic intertwined double scroll forms a locking heart with two brilliantly colored and intricate patterned forms.
Please specify wedding date and prefered text during checkout and whether you want the ketubah to be personalized.
The flowers appear on the earth; the time of the singing of birds is come”
Song of Songs
Blossoms are scattered by the wind and the wind cares nothing, but the blossoms of the heart no wind can touch.
The flowers, branches and vines are entwined in your ketubah, signifying the interweaving of your lives in marriage. May your union be filled with happiness and may your Entwined Ketubah become a welcomed source of joy, illuminating your home for years to come.
God created all kinds of winged birds. God saw how good it was. Genesis 1:1
Birds spread joy with their songs. May your union possess this joy and may your Bird Song Ketubah become a welcome source of happiness illuminating your home for years to come.
The symbolism in the “In Safe Hands” hamsa ketubah is perfect for a couple uniting their lives together in marriage. In Jewish mysticism, the hamsa is an amulet that offers protection from evil and brings blessings.
Birds of Paradise is a paper cut ketubah of joy and delight: an artistic expression of the Song of Songs. Olive branches, pomegranates and cheerful song birds are the dominant motifs that bespeak of a life of growth and blossoming.