The individually designed, hand-crafted ketubbot on this page are all reflections of the importance that Sandi Knell Tamny attaches to these sacred documents.  Each marrying couple is interviewed, and the ketubbah is then designed to include elements and crafting techniques that have personal meaning for them.  This might include the application of gold leaf, hand-cutting the paper, or symbology that is derived from the personalities and life-style of the couple. Please inquire about lead times and pricing.
 
 
Zoldan / Schlessel Ketubbah   Ink, Watercolor, Gold & Silver Leaf on Paper
30" x 22"    2014
   
 
Ortman / Rifkin Ketubbah   Watercolor, Ink & Gold Leaf on Paper
30" x 22"    2011

 
Klein / Knell Ketubbah  Watercolor & Ink on Cut Paper over Gold Leaf
30" x 22"    1992

 
  
   
Jamner / MacMinn Ketubbah  Watercolor, Ink & Gold Leaf on Cut Paper over Suede
30" x 22"      1999

   
Riesenbach / Karp Ketubbah    Watercolor, Ink & Gold Leaf on Paper
30" x 22"      1993

   
Ortman / Gardberg Ketubbah    Watercolor, Ink, Gold Leaf & Silver Leaf on Paper
       28" x 28"    2002

Residing in the permanent collection of the Jewish Theological Seminary, New York City.

   
Ortman / Opper Ketubbah    Watercolor, Ink, Gold Leaf, Copper Leaf & Silver Leaf on Paper
       30" x 22"    2005


   
Goldberg / Zager Ketubbah    Watercolor, Ink, Gold Leaf & Silver Leaf on Paper
       22" x 30"    2005

 
 
 
Ortman / Myers Ketubbah    Watercolor, Ink & Gold Leaf on Cut Paper over Suede
     30" x 22"     1999

     


 
 


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