Sculpture of Jerusalem Stone features a globe covered with Diamonds set in Gold, representing the Earth. The whole of the Earth is blanketed with gold medallions, each with one of the 99 names by which Allah is known…names of praise, thanksgiving, reverence, and the glorification and empowerment of Allah.
Above all, the name “Allah” is written in Arabic calligraphy.
By daylight, the sculpture bears the Earth tones of Jerusalem, created by Jerusalem Stone, 18-karat Gold, and what appear to be white and yellow Diamonds.
In the dark under ultraviolet light, the crescent assumes the glow of five stars of purely natural, but very-rare fluorescent Diamonds, representing the five pillars of Islam: the declaration of faith (Shahada), prayer (Salah), alms-giving (Zakat), fasting (Sawm) and pilgrimage to Mecca (Hajj).
18K Gold Weight – 245.2 G
Diamond Amount – 2476
Total Diamond Carat – 51.3ct.