Op Fields Ketubah by Rachel Deitsch

Op Fields Ketubah by Rachel Deitsch


Proceeds from the sale of this Ketubah benefit the National Museum of American Jewish History in Philadelphia.

In quilt-like fashion, the artist deftly combines color and shape to invoke a warm glow of sky, flowing water and fruitful orchards. Available in 16" x 20" or 20" x 25". Giclée print on artist quality archival paper. Your Ketubah will be personalized uniquely for you and signed by the artist.

Frame not included (suggestion only)

Rachel Deitsch is an illustrator and designer who has been producing hand painted ketubot for more than ten years. Rachel’s Ketubot are custom printed on archival watercolor paper with archival inks—guaranteed to last a lifetime. "Your wedding should be a memorable day which reflects your connection to each other. It should express your hopes and dreams for your future together. Whether you are having a traditional ceremony or creating a new tradition, your marriage document should be as full of joy and promise as you are on that day."

All rights reserved. Copyright by Rachel Deitsch.
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$210.00
$309.95

  • Conservative with Lieberman Clause, optional english
  • Personalization - $75.00
  • 16 x 20
  • Standard Delivery - $24.95 (More than 4 weeks)
  • Wedding Date


Download the Ketubah Personalization Form

Please fill out the Ketubah form and email to orders@judaicashop.net ('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.

Looking for more information? Read our most frequently asked Ketubah questions.