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The Menorah Ketubah - Ardyn Halter

 
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This ketubah features the Menorah as a symbol of the continuity of Jewish tradition. Surrounding the text are the Seven Species, joined rings and the never ending knot interspersed with joyful floral bands.  This subtle ketuba is on acid free paper tinted the colour of parchment which shows its themes to delicate but rich effect. Those themes are joined rings and the never ending knot interspersed with joyful floral bands. The Seven Species (vine; fig; wheat; barley; pomegranate; olive and palm) form part of the outermost illumination. Birds perch on the two floral vines which symbolise the bride and groom joined through their wedding and recorded on their ketuba. In the lower left-hand corner a bee pollinates the flowers.  At the top of the ketubah the Menorah represents symbolically the continuity of Jewish tradition. Just beneath it are the words: Ani Le Dodi Ve Dodi Li (I am my beloved´┐Żs and my beloved is mine) from the Song of Songs. Other quotations are from the book of Proverbs.  24" x 18"
About the Artist
Ardyn Halter was born in London. A scholar in Cambridge University, he later made aliya and now lives in Pardes Hanna. His paintings, ketubot and illuminated Judaica have become collectors' items in Israel, Europe and North America, sought by both museums and private collectors. Steeped in Jewish visual tradition, Ardyn Halter these works of art also affirm Jewish ethics and values.

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