Each Ketubah made by Loebman is completely custom as can be seen in the examples below. All are designed with input from the couple in a three stage process. The first stage is a very informal interview in which ideas are thrown out, and a basic idea of the overall look of the piece is formulated. Then, the couple is shown a full size drawing of the design in pencil. Upon approval, the final Ketubah is made from this drawing. Some couples feel very creative, and enjoy contributing design ideas while others feel they have no artistic abilities and feel more comfortable just being “interviewed” and leaving all design aspects up to Lee. Either way, a beautiful, unique Ketubah is always the result. These meetings can take place in person, over the phone or by e-mail. The average size is 22″ x 30″. The Ketubot are usually papercut and painted with water based acrylics and gouache. Ketubot are generally priced from $2,400.

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Rabishaw Ketubah