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Notebook – Historical Seals Hardcover by Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia Shop

RM12.50

These are notebooks with assorted designs on its cover taken from Historical Seals used by ancient royalty, nobility or governments.

 

Material: Hardcover. Lined paper.
Weight: 400g
Product Dimensions: 22 cm x 16 cm x 10 cm
Product Code: IAMMS-310114

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These are notebooks with assorted designs on its cover taken from Historical Seals used by ancient royalty, nobility or governments.


Material: Hardcover. Lined paper.
Weight: 400g
Product Dimensions: 22 cm x 16 cm x 10 cm
Product Code: IAMMS-310114

Weight 0.8 kg
Dimensions 25 × 19 × 13 cm
Design

Jade Seal Ring, Kelantan Silver Ring, Carnelian Seal

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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    RM7.80RM9.90

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

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  • Ann Dunham’s Legacy: A Collection of Indonesian Batik

    RM75.00

    Summary:

    When Ann Dunham moved to Indonesia, she became captivated by batiks and the lives of batik makers. As an anthropologist, she worked to improve the lives of craftspeople by setting up micro credit and small enterprises. At the same time, she acquired batiks from bustling cities and quiet villages, pieces which were true reflections of the “cloth of the people.” The exhibition and accompanying catalogue, entitled “Ann Dunham’s Legacy: A Collection of Indonesian Batiks,” focuses on the life and work of Ann Dunham, as well as explores the history of batik, how it is made, worn and collected, as well as its alluring array of patterns and motifs. The exhibition and catalogue is further enhanced with selected examples of batik from the Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia collection.

     

    Author: Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia
    Year Published: 2012
    Pages: 110
    Weight: 1.1kg
    Product Dimensions: 26cm x 1.5cm x 29cm
    Product Code: 978-983-4469-67-2

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    Summary:

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    Author: Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia
    Year Published: 2016
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    Weight: 1.5kg
    Product Dimensions: 26cm x 2cm x 29cm
    Product Code: 978-983-2591-12-2

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  • Wood Veneer Fridge Magnets in Assorted Designs by Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia Shop

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    RM15.00

    Silicone Fridge Magnets specially designed for the Islamic Arts Museum Shop in numerous intricate designs and colours. These fridge magnets are “Square Oval” in shape. The colours available are “Lime Green“, “White Pink“, “Brown Red“, and “Blue Orange“. The calligraphy text that is decorated in the centre spells out “Bismillah”.

     

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    Product Dimension: 5.5cm x 5.5 cm, Thickness (0.5cm)
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    RM120.00

    Summary:

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    Product Dimensions: 24cm x 2cm x 29cm
    Product Code: 978-983-4469-69-6

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