This textile was made in either Iran or Iraq in the 11th century, under the Buyids. It is 31.5 cm by 40.5 cm and the base fabric is mulham (silk warp and cotton weft fabric) tabby woven with silk and gold thread embroidery. It has two tiraz inscriptions, which read (on the top)-
“. . . command and glory and power and good fortune and . . . peace and command and command [one word garbled].”
with the text on the bottom-
“. . . [the Compassionat]te [?]. Praise be to God, Lord of the worlds and the wor[lds?].”
The textile is in the Cleveland Museum of Art, accession number 1938.300.
Also thought to have been made in the 11th century in either Iran or Iraq, this textile is 40 cm by 26 cm. Also mulham ground fabric embroidered in silk and gold wrapped thread, with roundels of birds and animals. There is a tiraz at the bottom, but no translation is available. It is currently in the Cleveland Museum of Art accession number 1952.257.