The city of Kermanshah was one of the great centers of the Jewish Persian world. From Nathan Habavly’s documentation of the Jewish world there in the 10th century to the founding of the Judeo-Persian newspaper Ha-Haim there in the 20th century, Kermanshah has been one of the most under-rated Jewish cities of the last thousand years.
The style of the Ketubot of Kermanshah is ancient and beautiful. The Ketubot of Kermanshah were never as opulent as some of the other Persian Ketubot, but they were decorated in the Persian-Jewish tradition. This Ketubah is a perfect mix of the eastern and western Jewish traditions.
All Ketubot are Limited Editions of 500 each, and optionally include a Certificate of Authenticity.