Kiswah Digital Art On Canvas
This is a modern look for your home.
Various sizes and material to choose from.
This canvas has 2 size
18″ x 36″ & 24″ x 48″
How to Mount My Wall Art Canvas ?
- All canvas art will come with metal wire for mounting
- Canvas art can also be mounted with 3M velcro double sided tape (that will hold up to 3.5kg for 2 sets of 3M velcro)
- As we can’t assure that your wall is able to hold using 3M, best option will be mounted using screws to the wall
What do you get?
- A professional gallery wrap canvas around a sturdy wooden frame made of pine
- Printed with HP LATEX or UV Print wide-format printers which offer uncompromising quality and durability
- Fine Pvc Prints or Cotton Artist Canvas (which ever that you chose during checkout)
- All canvas wraps will be securely packed to ensure a safe damage-free delivery
- 2-4 sets of 3M velcro depending on the size of your canvas for easy installation
What is the difference between the 2 material?
- Fine PVC (0.33mm) without Finishing, Weight : 440gsm Cheap Durable and Waterproof
- Cotton Artist Canvas , Weight : 370 g/m² , Thickness : 420 μm (16.5 mil) Professional Look but Non Waterproof
We provide Worldwide Shipping! with a Tracking Number so you can track your shipment.
We are committed on the quality of every single product that we produce, and we are confident that you will love your canvas wall art.
If your order is damaged during shipment, lost in transit or not as what you ordered, notify us as soon as you receive your parcel or within 30 days.
* Image shown is for illustration purposes only, and it is not up to scale unless stated
* As we will only print once we receive your orders, please allow 14 to 30 days for orders to reach you (for orders outside of Singapore).
Discover some amazing facts about the Kiswa, the black silk cloth embroidered with Quranic verses that covers the Kaaba in Makkah. Why is it so special?
BRIEF HISTORY OF THE KISWAH Digital Art On Canvas
Since the time of The Prophet Ismael (PBUH), one of the most important aspects of venerating the Holy Kaaba has been the Kiswa. Most stories indicate that the first person to cover the Kaaba was the King of Yemen, Tubba Abu Karab of Himyar.
Tubba’s successors considered the Kaaba’s cover to be a religious duty. When the Kiswa became worn out or damaged, it was replaced and the old one was cut into small pieces and buried.
WHERE IS THE KISWA MADE?
At first, the kings of Egypt and Yemen took turns producing the Kaaba cover. Then Egypt took over completely, until political disputes caused Egypt to stop sending covers. Kaaba covers are now produced in Makkah.
Learn how to visit the Kiswa Factory in Makkah.
AMAZING FACTS ABOUT THE KISWA
- It is made of 670 kg of black silk.
- An estimated 220 kg of gold and silver thread is needed to embroider its Quranic verses.
- It covers 658 sqm.
- It currently takes 137 workers around 8 months to create the Kiswa. More sophisticated machinery is speeding up the embroidery process.
- Cost estimates vary, but it is valued at around 22 million SAR, around 6 million USD.
- The Kaaba cover is replaced annually on the Day of Arafah, the ninth day of the Hajj month of Dhu al-Hijjah.