This is a classic Danny Azoulay ketubah, which is shipped directly from Israel. Daniel Azoulay is a Jerusalem artist who combines traditional and modern media to create finely-crafted Judaica.
Arriving in Israel as an infant from Morocco, Danny is a Bezalel graduate and Rosenthal prize winner who recently, returned to the art academy after twenty-five years, completing a Masters degree in Design. He lives in the village of Tzur Hadassah with his wife and four children, Dorin, Elad, Kelli and Hallel.This giclee print ketubah is a paper cut with hand applied 24 karat
embellishment. A limited edition, numbered and signed by the artist.
These lyrical words from Hosea 2:21 express the deep commitment of the bride and the groom to one another. The Olive paper cut ketubah is made up of five concentric circles of imagery, ornamentation and biblical texts that surround the ketubah text. The decorative innermost circle is embellished with 24-karat gold leaf.
Nature motifs: olive branches, pomegranates, song birds and wildflowers, playfully intertwine against a background of gradient blue while deer symbolizing love, gentleness and grace rest under the shade of an olive tree. Finally a band which, includes the words, Ani lí dodi ví dodi li/ I am my belovedís and my beloved is mine, from Song of Songs 6:3 completes this composition.
The Olive ketubah filled with movement, light and the poetry of the Bible brims with joy and delight.