What materials do you use?

Our Ketubah Giclée is museum quality Giclée print on natural white, matte, ultra smooth, 100% cotton rag, acid and lignin free archival paper using Epson UltraChrome™ K3 archival inks – the standard by which all other professional level ink technologies are measured. Made to last over 200 years in original condition. The Watercolor Ketubah is painted on 100% cotton Fabriano or Canson acid free archival paper, hot or cold pressed. We paint with Holbein and Winsor & Newton Newton pigments.

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Can I get the colors in the attached picture?

Our designs are based on our watercolor paintings, and so they are very complex color wise, with various shades of different hues. So many times a color from a tree cannot be reproduced into another one due to the textures that come with each one. They have texture and vibration depending on the paper and the way the color was laid, so often trying to reproduce colors from one tree into another will not work as expected. We do provide a color chart for reference only, and in customizing colors of our designs we try our best to meet your specs. Also, color customization is included in price of our products within the limits of the number of colors featured...

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Do you provide matting and framing?

We do not offer professional framing services as this would increase both the risk of damaging the artwork during shipping, and the transport costs due to additional weight. We would, however, be happy to ship your new purchase to your local framer. Please make sure to indicate your framer’s address as your shipping address at the time of purchase. Be sure your framer uses acid-free, non-buffered, archival quality matte, and ask for UV protected glass. Do not have your ketubah dry mounted. Hang your ketubah away from direct sunlight. Framing style is up to you.

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