Ami Fagin’s series of limited edition reproduction ketubot is a contemporary example of one of the oldest ritual art objects celebrated by Jewish people worldwide.
The laws governing the ketubah are specified in the Talmud. The text of the contract has been adapted by Jewish communities while remaining in accordance with the ancient customs and traditions of the earliest practices. The decoration of the Ketubah reflects the richness and diversity of Jewish culture throughout history.
Our ketubot are available as limited edition lithograph series and giclee print reproductions. Our series of offset lithograph reproductions are printed on Dulcet 100% rag paper. It is a 120lb weight, smooth finish museum quality paper which is lightfast for 100+ years.
These pigment print reproductions are created using a wide format, 11 color Epson digital printer. They are printed on Angelica Bright White Smooth 100% rag paper with a 315 gm weight using Epson’s most advanced ink tested for light fastness for 100 years. These are exquisite in color and razor sharp in detail.