Central to this exquisite ketubah are two peacocks, shyly looking outwards, while resting under a pomegranate tree. Their feathers, billowing down like water flowing in a stream, surround the text while creating a decorative border. The sweeping organic movement of the train of feathers contrasts with the visible tranquility of the peacocks who stand in perfect serenity.
This lovely composition combines the symbols of beauty and grace with that of abundance and fertility, against a background suggestive of our journey in life and the strength that the bride and groom derive from their union enabling them to journey together. "
The papercut ketubah is a lithograph with hand-applied 24 karat gold leaf. It is alimited edition and numbered and signed by the artist.