This is a gallery for Jewish marriage contracts. A Ketubah is a marriage contract that explains the basic material, conjugal and moral responsibilities of the husband to his wife. Traditionally it was signed by the groom, as well as by two male witnesses, and given to the bride during the wedding ceremony. At the wedding, under the chuppah (marriage canopy), parts of the Ketubah are paraphrased and read out loud. Two steps to ordering a ketubah: 1. Choose the design. 2. Choose the text. There are traditional texts but also a variety of different texts available. To choose which text best suits you, go to my Ketubah website: http://www.planetnana.co.il/ketubahmazaltov/texts.htm Skype to: rozcohen International telephone and fax no.: 011 [if calling from USA/Canada] 972-2-5332290. Please calculate calling time. Israel time is 7 hours ahead of US Eastern Standard time. Please call from Sunday to Thursday between the hours of 7 AM and 4 PM US EST, Fridays and Erev Chag between 7 AM and 10:30 AM EST. DO NOT CALL ON SHABBAT OR JEWISH HOLIDAYS. If no answer, please leave a message on the answering machine and we will get back to you. If calling while in Israel: 02-5332290 (if calling from Jerusalem area omit 02 - just dial 5332290).
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