This elaborately decorated ketubbah is ornamented with a richly colored floral design that amply fills the document. The non-representational imagery is characteristic of ketubbot created in lands under Islamic rule where Jewish artists adopted the dominant artistic aesthetic and refrained from incorporating figural imagery into their ketubbot and megillot. Tehran was one of the most important centers of ketubbah decoration in the Near East and the composition of these marriage contracts consists of an ornamental panel at top and a series of frames below, each inscribed with a text.
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