Description: The square-framed roses on this ketubah were directly inspired by the work of Charles Rennie Mackintosh and the Glasgow Four, masters of Art Nouveau and leaders of the Arts & Crafts Movement. Asymmetrical in composition, it has a distinctly modern feeling. Mackintosh Roses Ketubah comes standard with the Hebrew phrase "I am my beloved's and my beloved is mine" inscribed above the text. The text on Melissa's ketubot are seamlessly printed in fonts that were designed from her own Hebrew and English calligraphy, giving each ketubah a beautiful hand-made feeling.
Print Method: Giclee; Original Medium: Gouache & Ink
English texts on all Ketubahs are interpretations and not literal translations.
Your Rabbi can fill in the necessary information on your Ketubah, or for a caligraphically uniform look, you can have the Ketubah personalized by the artist for an extra charge (see below). For personalization check the box below and click here to print out the Ketubah personalization information form.
Orders must be placed at least 3 weeks in advance of the wedding date or extra charges will apply.
NOTE: If you are ordering a NON personalized ketubah you must still specify the date of the wedding so we can get the ketubah to you in time! Fill in the field below.