Sapphire Ketubah by Daniel Azoulay

Beauty and clarity is the charm of this delicate paper cut ketubah. The lace-like ornamental motifs along with the symmetry of the two garden vignettes against an ethereal blue background, imbue the ketubah with a sense of timelessness…it was, it is, it will always be.  

Sophisticated and elegant, the Sapphire Ketubah is an example of traditional Ketubah design at its very best.
The paper cut ketubah is a giclée litho with hand-applied with your choice of genuine 24k gold leaf, or silver leaf.

Giclée litho background
The artist signed and numbered each of his limited edition ketubahs.

 All rights reserved. Copyright by Daniel Azoulay
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Traditional RCA Orthodox Aramaic text with English vows
Traditional RCA Orthodox Aramaic text
Traditional RCA Conservative Aramaic text with the Lieberman Clause and English vows
The English and Hebrew are translations of each other in the Reform text
The English and Hebrew are translations of each other in the Egalitarian text. Officiant signature line available upon request for Egalitarian text
The English and Hebrew are translations of each other in the Interfaith text.
Wedding Date


  • Orthodox and English
  • Personalization $75
  • Gold Leaf
  • Standard Delivery - $24.95 (more than 4 weeks)
  • Wedding Date

Download the Ketubah Personalization Form

Please fill out the Ketubah form and email to [email protected] ('save as' to your desktop with your name as the file name) as soon as possible after ordering your Ketubah. You may also email at the above address or call us at 215-923-0262 if you have questions or need help with the ordering process.

Personalization means that the artist will fill in your Ketubah with information provided on your Ketubah form. This is done at a cost of $75 unless otherwise indicated. An "unpersonalized" Ketubah means you will receive a Ketubah with blank spots where your information would be found. Please allow 4 - 6 weeks for completion.

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