Ketubah Artist - Orly Lauffer


Orly Lauffer was born in Israel in the Mediterranean port city of Haifa. She studied art and textile design in Michigan. Now, based in Israel, Orly has custom designed Ketubot and other commissioned works of Judaica for an international clientele for over 15 years. Orly's work, strongly influenced by Islamic and Persian motifs, resonates with her Moroccan ancestry. Indicative of Orly's style is the emphasis on minute details and intricate border work that is reminiscent of Arabesques. She is generous in her use of gold and silver in her detailing.

Orly Lauffer will no longer be printing new ketubot, and her designs will soon be discontinued. Inventory will be sold until her current stock of ketubahs are depleted. Not all texts are available in each design. Personalization will be completed in hand-written calligraphy and shipped from the States. Personalization written in colored ink will be $110.

Calligraphy fill-in is available on all ketubot for $75. A rush fee of $25 will be charged on all orders requiring less than 3 weeks delivery time. More information is available on the Calligraphy Page.

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Flower Frame
$385

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Moroccan Blues
$385

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B’Siman Tov
$385

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Ani L’Dodi
$385

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Mandala
$385

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At the King’s Gate
$385

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Persian Tapestry
$385

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Shir Hashirim
$385

 

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