Tusif Ahmad

TUSIF AHMAD

Title: Kiswah Kabbah
Size 115 X 60
Code: 13702

Description

Description

Done by hand with a craft blade, this beautiful wall decor is cut to precision. Artwork material is thin sheet of vinyl.

The cost of each paper cut varies depending on size and detail. Please contact me for price.

Customizable? Just message me and I can work with you in whatever custom wall hanging you’d like.

***FRAMES—This listing does not come framed however, you CAN purchase a frame by messaging me. I can add a frame to your order. Frames cost will be separate depending on size of artwork.

The paper cut itself comes in a clear sleeve with round cardboard support. For refunding policies please visit our contact page.

English

English

The Kiswah is the cloth draped over the Kaaba in Mecca, a building prime amongst Islam’s holy sites. Each year a new kiswah is placed on the Kaaba during the annual Hajj pilgrimage. Dozens of Saudi craftsmen, including some of the best calligraphers and artists in the world, work in Mecca preparing elaborate silk and cotton cloth which is embroidered with gold thread. The kiswah has many distinct features, one of which is a specific design for covering the doorway to which this piece is a near replica.
Kiswah of Kabbah is the cloth that covers the Kaaba in Mecca, Saudi Arabia. It is draped annually on the 9th day of the month of Dhu al-Hijjah, the day pilgrims leave for the plains of Mount Arafat during the Hajj. The paper-cutting artwork is a depiction of the Kiswah (door cover) only.
Urdu

Urdu

Arabic

Arabic

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