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Item:264249149984late 19th century This is 100% original textile only serious buyers ready to purchase welcome for bidding An ottoman calligraphic woven silk lampas panel syria used for kaba wall inside kaaba and for the tomb off profit muhammad for circa late 1900and it say habibi ya muhammad allah raby , khalifa abu bakr and khalifa omar and khalifa ali and khalifa othman and all sahaba it is all reten on the textilewoven in dark red silk and cream silk a series of alternating wide and narrow zig-zag bands filled with inscription in thuluth and naskhi.backed ,size 25 metar high x 80 cm wide inscriptions; in the wide bands,al-salat wa al-salam ya rasul allah,Salutation and peace be upon you, O Messenger of "God and allahu rabbi wa al sawahu muhammad habib allah " God is my lordand there is none but Him,Muhammad is God's friend; in the narrow bands, allahumma sall wa sallim ala ashraf jami al-anbiya wa al-mursalin. O God bless the most noble of all prophets and messengers i,e the prophet muhammad , wa radi allah ta'ala .anabi bakr wa' umar wa uthman wa ali wa an baqiyyat al-sahabah ajma,in, And may Mighty God be satisfied with abu bakr and 'Umarand Uthman,and Ali and the rest of the Companions ,all of them please read this now read abut this from the british museum what they did say abut this textiles or smiler The designs for the textiles placed inside the Ka‘ba, established in about 1600, continued with little variation for centuries. The bold inscription within the wide bands is the Profession of Faith.In the narrow bands are verses that are specific to the importance of the Ka‘ba in Islam (Qur’an 3:96). In flask-shaped medallions and roundels are inscribed three of the Names of God. This textile is likely to have been made by Indian craftsmen in Mecca. A similar example is in the Museum of the Haramayn in Mecca.
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late 19th islamic dark red textile used on holy kaaba in gad name hand weaving