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Notebook: Al Quran Illuminations Hardcover by Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia Shop

RM9.00

These are notebooks with assorted designs on its cover taken from Al Quran Illuminations from all over the world. It features several designs from Morocco, the Malay Peninsular, Pattani, Turkey and India

 

Material: Hardcover. Lined paper.
Weight: 250g
Product Dimensions: 21 cm x 15 cm x 10 cm
Product Code: IAMMS-1629

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These are notebooks with assorted designs on its cover taken from Al Quran Illuminations from all over the world. It features several designs from Morocco, the Malay Peninsular, Pattani, Turkey and India


Material: Hardcover. Lined paper.
Weight: 250g
Product Dimensions: 21 cm x 15 cm x 10 cm
Product Code: IAMMS-1629

Weight 0.7 kg
Dimensions 23 × 18 × 13 cm
Design

Geometric India, Geometric Morocco 1, Scribe Morocco 2, Arch and Dome Morocco 3, Pattani Frame, Terengganu Frame, Turkish Frame

Vendor Information

  • Store Name: Islamic Arts Museum Shop
  • Vendor: Islamic Arts Museum Shop
  • Address: Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia Jalan Lembah Perdana
    Kuala Lumpur
    Kuala Lumpur
    50480
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  • Notebook Series – Malay World Fabrics by Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia Shop

    RM7.80RM9.90

    These are notebooks with assorted designs on its cover taken from Fabrics of the Malay World in small and large prints. The hardcovers of these notebooks are taken from different fabrics of the Malay World such as sarong and ikat in the many linear, organic and geometric patterns taken from nature.

     

    Material: Hardcover. Lined paper.
    Product Code: IAMMS-32071

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  • Islamic Bookbinding

    RM145.00

    Summary:

    Islamic Bookbinding is dedicated to highlight the development of the binding tradition in the Islamic world. Over 70 bindings from the collection of the Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia are analysed and presented within their historical context. Bindings made of leather, lacquer and textile, gilded or blind tooled or exquisitely painted form the catalogue section of this publication. Moreover, the catalogue take a comprehensive look into the bookbinding technique discuss the stitching process, the preparation of the binding and its doublure, and flap. The catalogue also explores the art of bookbinding from around the Islamic world, spanning geographically from the Maghreb and moving eastward to cover the Malay world and China, and covering the various practices and decorative repertoire of binding known to Islamic dynasties such as the Mamluk, Ottoman, Safavid and Qajar.

     

    Author: Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia
    Year Published: 2017
    Pages: 204
    Weight: 1.7kg
    Product Dimensions: 24cm x 2cm x 29cm
    Product Code: 978-983-2591-14-6

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    RM20.00

    Mugs with Assorted Iznik Tile Designs. The Designs originated from a town called Iznik in Western Anatolia. The mugs are decorated porcelains inspired by the works of the Iznik potters produced circa the last quarter of the 15th Century to the end of the 17th Century.

     

    Material: Porcelain
    Weight: 400g
    Product Dimensions: Diameter (8cm) x Height (10cm)

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  • Lasting Impressions: Seals from the Islamic World

    RM120.00

    Summary:

    Islamic seals were the namecards of their day. In early Islamic societies a seal presented the image a person wished to project to the world, yet often conveyed much more than was written or perhaps intended. A seal inscribed simply with the name of the owner and a pious phrase might also reveal when and where that person lived, their social status and aspirations, and their religious beliefs. While the calligraphy and design of a seal reflected the artistic spirit of its time and place, it could also be shaped by personal taste, whether cutting-edge or conservative.

    Presented in this book are over 300 Islamic seals, dating from the earliest days of Islam through to the modern era. They include both matrices made of precious stone and metal, and impressions stamped on manuscript documents and books, mainly from the collections of the Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia, the British Library and the British Museum. Unlike European seals which are primarily pictorial, in Islamic seals the inscription takes centre stage. It is this focus on writing, in the sacred Arabic script, which links seals from all parts of the Muslim world, from Morocco to Malaysia, and from Iran to India and Indonesia.

     

    Author: Dr Annabelle Teh Gallop & Dr Venetia Porter
    Year Published: 2012
    Pages: 199
    Weight: 1.6kg
    Product Dimensions: 24cm x 2cm x 29cm
    Product Code: 978-983-4469-69-6

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  • Mirrors of Beauty – Children Museum Guide Book

    RM25.00

    Summary:

    Islamic art is never purely decorative, it is always functional” is at the heart of this guidebook, which is a children’s version of ‘Mirror of Beauty’.

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    Whether for young readers or those seeking to learn more, this book is an ideal introduction into the Art of the Islamic World.

     

    Author: Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia
    Year Published: 2021
    Pages: 97
    Weight: 50g
    Product Dimensions: 18.5cm x 1cm x 25cm
    Product Code: 978-983-2591-20-7

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    RM120.00

    Summary:

    The Qajar era (1785–1925) was a time of struggle to maintain Persian tradition and identity while embracing innovation and modernity. The rarely explored field of Qajar ceramics typifies the development of the dynasty’s own language and vitality, reflecting the rich vigour of the time. Qajar Ceramics – Bridging Tradition and Modernity is about art in transition, featuring a diversity of ceramic objects from the collection of the Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia. Both the publication and the exhibition offer a closer look at the distinctive characteristics of Qajar ceramics, highlighting their forms, aesthetics and themes. Going further, the publication delves into historical sources, revealing newly discovered and important treatises on ceramic artists and kiln technology. Leading authorities have provided essays that explore the context and achievements of the Qajar era, making this the definitive work on ceramics of a fertile time for the applied arts in Persia.

     

    Author: Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia
    Year Published: 2019
    Pages: 232
    Weight: 1.8kg
    Product Dimensions: 24cm x 2.5cm x 29cm
    Product Code: 978-983-2591-17-7

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