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Kaf Steel Set: “Be & It Is” & “Thy, Lord Magnify”

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Made on demand. Metal artwork usually takes 1–4 weeks to complete.
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We are excited to announce the launch of this stunning 2-piece steel artworks written by two master calligraphers, each artwork celebrating two terse and deeply poetic ayats of the Quran, each of which is visually anchored by two graceful kafs. The first ayat “Kun Fayakun” features consonance (the repetition of the Kafs and Nuns) as well as assonance with the damma, fatha, fatha and damma repetition. The second artwork also contain powerful usage of consonance and assonance but also is a palindrome with the words repeating itself backwards and forward. 

Wording: وَرَبَّكَ فَكَبِّرْ and “كُن فَيَكُونُ
Translation: “Kun fayakun” and “And thy Lord, magnify” 
Source: The Holy Quran: 3:47 and 74:3
Artist: Dr Mothana Al-Obaidy and Mohamad Albehiri
Script: Thuluth

Material: Stainless steel (brushed) or coated/painted steel (depending on the finishing you select).
Thickness: Between 1mm – 1.5mm, depending on the size. This is about as thick as most coins.
Pieces: The smallest sizes come as a single piece, while all other sizes come as two, easy to place pieces. 
How to Mount It:  Hang it on 2–6 screws/nails (depending on the size of the artwork) and/or use strong double-sided tape.

Note:
 
We do our best to make it spotless and clean but may be slight imperfections on the artwork that will be too subtle to notice at a distance. 
Production Time: It can take up to 4 weeks to make, with an average of about 10 days. If you need a piece urgently please WhatsApp us. 
Special Finishing: We may need an extra 2–10 business days if you select a special coated finishing (e.g. gold, copper, black steel).

Individual Artworks: Buying the set together will save you an additional 10% but if you want to purchase any of the two pieces individually, you can order do so here: “Be & It Is (Kun Fayakun)” and “Thy Lord, Glorify.”