Gold cloth


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See Cloth of gold, under Cloth.
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It was stitched in gold cloth embroidered with real peacock feathers.
Known in Arabic as the "Kiswa," the black and gold cloth that is wrapped around the Kaaba gets replaced once a year during the Hajj season.
| Whitebottom Farm, Stockport / Friday, June 22 to Sunday, June 24 / PS80 weekend ticket, PS40 day ticket, more info at - buckleandboots.co.uk SATURDAY 23 Visual arts / Four Corners of One Cloth Highlighting the importance of cloth across the Islamic world, Whitworth Gallery's latest exhibition includes a range of pieces hailing from Syria, Iraq, Turkey and Yemen - from hats and robes to the sacred Kiswah, an embroidered black and gold cloth which covers the Kaaba, the holiest site in Islam.
Long before Islam, Yazd has had a very effective role in the production of gold cloth and at the time of the Mughal and the Safavid empires, people from Yazd had been one of the main weavers and producers of high quality fabrics in Persia.
Every piece of this costume ensemble is made of gold cloth which has horizontal lines and small dots woven in the material.
An equally elegant option was laid out on a round table covered in gold cloth, its centerpiece a large, tall arrangement of fuchsia blooms-roses, carnations, cascades of Phalaenopsis-with ropes of clear glass beads hanging from underneath.
The costumes included a gown made from 24-carat gold cloth.
Imam Zaid Shakir, a founder of Muslim liberal arts school Zaytuna College in Berkeley, C alifornia, led worshippers in prayers such as "Allahu akbar" ("God is greatest") over Ali's body, which lay in a casket covered with a black and gold cloth.
He was 74.Imam Zaid Shakir, a founder of Muslim liberal arts school Zaytuna College in Berkeley, California, led worshippers in prayers such as "Allahu akbar" ("God is greatest") over Ali's body, which lay in a casket covered with a black and gold cloth.
Imam Zaid Shakir, a founder of Muslim liberal arts school Zaytuna College in Berkeley, California, led worshippers in prayers such as "Allahu akbar" ("God is greatest") over Ali's body, which lay in a casket covered with a black and gold cloth. Ali and his family planned his funeral for 10 years, making sure it would honor his Muslim faith while also adapting to the demands of Western media-driven culture.
Coll & Cortes currently has available an Inmaculada of around 1650-60 by Alonso Cano (1601-67), wrapped in wonderfully rendered blue and gold cloth, as well as an appealing Infant St John the Baptist by de Mena in polychrome wood, glass, and silver, dating to the mid 1670s (Fig.