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Holy Ka'aba Black Kiswah and White Under-cloth used to Cover Kiswah during Transportation

£200.00

Holy Ka'aba Black Kiswah and White Under-cloth used to Cover Kiswah during Transportation

£200.00

Detailed Description:
  
Item Number: 441
 
  • One authentic 7.5 x 7.5 cm black Kiswah piece that was placed on the Holy Ka'aba in Mecca.  The Kiswah was made by the Kiswah Factory. The Kiswah comes in a golden frame with a cream mount; The 7.5 x 7.5 cm Kiswah piece comes in a 22 x 13 cm double frame and the 15 x 15 cm Kiswah piece comes in a 19 x 19 cm frame. Included is a Rumi's Garden certificate explaining the history of the Blessed Ka'aba Kiswah and how it was sourced. Furthermore, a certified true copy of a certificate of authentication, officially written by The Islamic Antiquities Museum of Kuwait, will be provided. This certificate of authentication was provided directly to Rumi's Garden by the Museum.
 
  • One authentic 7.5 x 7.5 cm white cloth piece that was used to cover the Holy Ka'aba Kiswah in 2017, during transportation. This piece is extremely rare to come by. The 7.5 x 7.5 cm white and black Holy Ka'aba piece comes in a 22 x 13 cm double frame. There is no certificate that comes for the white Ka'aba under-cloth but we received it when it was being removed from the Ka'aba after the Hajj season.
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