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What type of pen and ink should be used to sign our ketubah?

A fine or brush tip are excellent choices as long as the ink or pigments are archival.  A few pens out there that will do a great job and are used for proffesional grade: Copic Multiliner SP Rotring Rapidograph Sakura Pigma Micron Prismacolor Premier Illustration Markers Uni Pin Fineliner Faber Castell Staedtler Pigment Liner Sharpie Permanent Marker fine tip or brush tip We include a paper sample so you can give a try before deciding.  Ballpoint or gel pens can be used if your hand is more used to it, but make sure they are archival and text first on the paper sample included. 

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How should we handle the ketubah during and after our wedding?

Extra care must always be taken when unpacking and handling artworks as they are highly prone to scratches, bends and fingerprints. Removing the work from the provided packaging without gloves could cause irreparable damage to it, like a visible fingerprint could leave a so-called “moon”. This would make returning the work impossible. Always use gloves or an equivalent form of protection when handling artworks. You can rest your Ketubah on a table or an easel for displaying art! We suggest you frame your artwork directly after receiving it using a conservation-grade acid-free board as well as museum glass or UV-blocking Plexiglas. Ask your framer people to use a removable frame and glass so you can easily put it back after signing....

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