Silk, lampas fragment; 14th century, Spain; The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Fletcher Fund, 1929. This textile includes various horizontal decorative bands, each with different widths and its own self-contained and intricate geometric design. The designs are symmetrical and seem infinite. They feature common Islamic motifs, such as the eight-pointed star. There is also interlacing calligraphy featuring kufic script and calling for happiness, luck, and prosperity.