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Custom Ketuba Gallery by Elaine Adler
The ketubot shown represent the tip of the iceberg.
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Original ketuba ©2003 Elaine Adler — 22" x 22"
Contemporary text; first paragraph in Hebrew. The tree symbolizes the coming together of two families with names of the bride and groom and their immediate family in the branches. Roots spread down into the text. Tucked into vines are passages, a huppa, and symbols depicting the couple's relationship and interests.
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