What’s the difference between Giclée print and Watercolor Ketubah?

Posted on December 07, 2016 by Elena Berlo

A Watercolor Ketubah is basically an original painting done by our hands, including the calligraphy, on museum quality heavyweight artist paper with permanent watercolor and gouache pigments.
The Giclee Ketubah is a printed reproduction of an existing design made on high quality archival digital paper, 300gsm. It costs less than the original of course, but it preserves the looks of a painting. It is made with outstanding care to detail and it can easily be replaced in case of damage.
They both take about 3 weeks to produce, and made to last decades due to the high quality mediums, pigments and inks we use.

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