The Delicate Brush, by Israeli-English artist Rachelle Tchiprout, is a wide collection of hand-painted watercolour Ketubahs, available as original paintings, prints or entirely custom designs.
Each piece is crafted to bring fresh concepts to the beautiful Jewish tradition of the Ketubah, combining natural and captivating elements with Jewish imagery and symbolism. Based in Tel Aviv, Rachelle creates designs for couples all over the world, with a focus on ensuring that their Ketubah is perfectly suited to their vision.
Rachelle’s Ketubahs are produced using all vegan and cruelty-free materials, while maintaining the highest quality product. She works alongside a local Israeli gallery for creating her Ketubah prints, which are printed on archival 100% cotton paper – designed to last forever.
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Past couples’ comments
Our ketubah was amazing! Designed by Rachelle Tchiprout with The Delicate Brush. Hand made all the way from Israel! One of my favorite vendors! Highly recommend!”
Working with Rachelle was an amazing experience! She took the time to sit with us and chose a theme that was truly meaningful for us. We’ve even used her design on our rings! I would highly recommend working with her to add meaning and a unique touch to the most important elements of your wedding.”
Our ketubah was an extremely important part of our wedding prep and we could not be happier with how it turned out. The ketubah is gorgeous and we cannot wait to display it in our home. Rachelle is an absolute pleasure and made the process easy and stress free. She turned around an amazing handmade product in a short period of time and was communicative throughout. I couldn’t recommend her work highly enough!”
Rachelle made us a beautiful, unique piece for our upcoming wedding. Israel is a meaningful place to my fiance and me, and to have our ketubah made there felt very special. She worked with us to create something we love, incorporating her design suggestions with our vision. We can’t wait to sign it and hang it on our wall!”