This rectangular piece of linen material is traced to the seventh century after Hijra (thirteenth century AD) from the Ayyubids era. The middle band is decorated with Naskh inscriptions, geometrical patterns and floral designs. It is decorated with three rectangular Tiraz. The widest border is in the middle with a repeated Naskh inscription that reads "everlasting happiness and grace" and is separated by round gammas. Stylized floral designs in the interior and surround the inscriptions from the exterior.
The upper and lower borders are similar and are decorated with Naskh inscriptions with the repeated expression "continuous glory and prosperity" separated by floral foliage with small flowers and branches.