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Jacqueline von Edelberg

3270 N. Lake Shore Drive
Chicago, IL 60657
Phone: (773) 983-7430
Email: jacqueline@youtopia.tech
Web: http://www.ketubbah.co

Jacqueline's richly illuminated ketubbot draw on 15th through 19th century designs and reflect the tastes and inspirations of her clients. The calligraphy in each piece is done by hand, using the traditional Aramaic, conservative, or reformed texts. Her work has been featured in the Chicago Tribune, JUF News, and the Chicago Jewish News, and can be found in several galleries, including the Pittsburgh Museum of Art. She is a two-time finalist in the Philip and Sylvia Spertus Judiaca Prize Competition.

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