In Arabic kiswah means ‘a cloth made for covering’. The term now mainly applies to the silk textiles which cover the four walls of the Holy Ka’aba from top to bottom, although it can be commonly used to describe the Kiswah al-Saadat, which is the curtain inside the Holy Chamber of the Prophet in the Masjid an-Nabawi and the covering inside the Holy Ka’aba itself.
All Kiswah's below are authentic pieces and not replicas. When stated in the description, they come with a certificate of authentication from The Islamic Antiquities Museum of Kuwait.
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