Koranic Scroll Highly Illuminated in Gold and Colors, Arabic in Animal Forms

Koranic_Scroll_Highly_Illuminated_in_Gold_and_Colors_Arabic_in_Animal_Forms_01_nccn Koranic Scroll Highly Illuminated in Gold and Colors, Arabic in Animal Forms
Koranic Scroll Highly Illuminated in Gold and Colors, Arabic in Animal Forms
Koranic Scroll Highly Illuminated in Gold and Colors, Arabic in Animal Forms
Koranic Scroll Highly Illuminated in Gold and Colors, Arabic in Animal Forms
Koranic Scroll Highly Illuminated in Gold and Colors, Arabic in Animal Forms
Koranic Scroll Highly Illuminated in Gold and Colors, Arabic in Animal Forms
Koranic Scroll Highly Illuminated in Gold and Colors, Arabic in Animal Forms
Koranic Scroll Highly Illuminated in Gold and Colors, Arabic in Animal Forms
Koranic Scroll Highly Illuminated in Gold and Colors, Arabic in Animal Forms
Koranic Scroll Highly Illuminated in Gold and Colors, Arabic in Animal Forms

Koranic Scroll Highly Illuminated in Gold and Colors, Arabic in Animal Forms
Koranic Scroll Highly Illuminated in Gold and Colors in an Elaborate Designs throughout the Scroll. Arabic in Animal Forms. This Beautifully Illuminated Arabic Manuscript. Koranic Scroll on Paper. 62 inches long and 11.5 inches wide. The scroll begins with a beautiful painting of the Ka`bah, the structure which all Muslims must turn their faces to during their prayers and all pilgrims must circumamulate seven times during their Hajj ritual. After the painting, there are seven compartments; each has a calligraphic quotation primarily from the Koran, written in a different animal form. The animals used here are birds, fishes, and one camel. The first compartment reads. Indeed, it is from Solomon, and it is in the name of God the Compassionate, the Merciful [Koran: Chapter 27, Verse 30]. The second one: Itentical with the first one. The third one: Is the basmala. In the name of God. The Compassionate, the Merciful. The fourth one: Is identical with the first. There is no god bu You. Indeed, I was among the transgressors (Koran 21:80). The sixth one: An invocation for help fro the Prophet Muhammad and Imam `Ali. The seven one: Identical to numbe six. Here the calligrapher inserted his name in the middle of the picture Muhammad Khan. Around the compartments, there are many qutations from the Koran in thuluth script including the Ayat al-Kursi [the verse of the Throne]. All this within arabesque floral design in gold and color. This item is in the category “Antiques\Manuscripts”. The seller is “mbalwan” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Date of Publication: Old
  • Material: Paper
  • Region: Middle East
  • Topic: Prayer
  • Type: Handwritten Manuscript; Arabic Calligraphy
  • Subject: Islam
  • Original/Facsimile: Original
  • Language: Arabic

Koranic Scroll Highly Illuminated in Gold and Colors, Arabic in Animal Forms

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