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Difference between a print and a watercolor original

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What is an original watercolor ketubah?
If you order an original watercolor, what you get is a piece of art that is 100% hand painted aside from the text, which is printed on 300gsm archival watercolor paper.
Once the text is printed, the piece is then painted and gold/silver leaf (where relevant) is added. Watercolor paintings differ slightly from the original designs on etsy as they are done entirely anew and are not traced. I also happily accept color palette changes - so if you like a design but would like to switch out the color of a flower, for example, you are welcome to.

Watercolor prices vary according to design complexity. You can see the pricing for each individual piece by viewing the etsy listing and clicking the drop-down on the right, or viewing this page if you're located in Israel.

What is a print?
All of the designs in my collection are available as prints. This means that the original piece that I painted with watercolor is scanned by a professional art scanner at the highest possible quality. Once scanned, the image is digitally corrected to ensure that it'll print identically to the original. We do multiple adjustments and test prints until the piece is perfect. When you order a print, your text is added to the existing design and the whole thing is printed onto 300gsm fine art paper and any gold or silver leaf the design requires is added by hand by myself afterward.

Print prices are divided up into metallic leaf vs. non-metallic leaf designs, and different sizes. You can see all of these options on the drop-down for each listing in my shop here.

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