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Globe Necklace with threads from the Blessed Kiswah of the Holy Chamber of Prophet Muhammad ﷺ

£35.00

Globe Necklace with threads from the Blessed Kiswah of the Holy Chamber of Prophet Muhammad ﷺ

£35.00

Detailed Description:
 
The Prophet (ﷺ) said about Rawdah: 'What is between my house and my Mimbar is one of the meadows of the Garden.'
 
(Sahih al-Bukhari 1196) 
 
Item Number: 709
 
One authentic 10 mm in diameter glass globe with silver plated fastening; the glass globe is filled with carefully picked threads from preparing the green tapestry that was used in the Rawdah at the mosque of our Beloved Prophet (ﷺ) in Medina. 
 
The necklace is assembled by Rumi's Garden and packaged in the UK. If the option is chosen, it comes with a Rumi's Garden certificate that states what it is and where it was sourced from. Included in the price is a silver plated chain.
 
For an extra 10 GBP, 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. The extra cost is simply to cover the price of the museum certificate.
 
The necklace is not waterproof. 
 
All necklaces are handmade therefore expect a few discrepancies.
 
Please allow 1 week for your order to be processed.
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