“Go out and see, daughters of Zion, the King shlomo;
in the crown which His mother has made Him, on the day of His wedding,
and on the day that his Heart Rejoices.”
The above verse is the transliteration that surrounds the Ketubah.
This verse can be found in the song of songs. (chapter 3 verse 11)
Shlomo, refers to Israel in this verse as His mother Shlomo, through Divine inspiration, refers to Israel’s spiritual leadership
in this verse as being God’s great love for Israel. “on the day
of His wedding” – the Mishnah explains:
this refers to when the Torah was given.
“The day that His heart rejoices”.
– refers to when the Beth Hamikdash was built.
Royal Vows was originally painted on parchment.
The splendour of a royal wedding is perfectly reflected in this regal Ketubah. Radiant peacocks, blooming flowers, fanciful text describing Shlomo’s wedding come together to create this exciting Ketubah.
Giclee print on Artist Canvas.
The Glossy finish lends the print a unique luminosity and vividness, brings out the colors contrast and vibrancy.