The tiles over the plinth have been decorated mainly with embossed arabesque, Thulth, and Riqah scripts. Also, some verses of the holy Qur'an, traditions, aphorisms, and poems in "Naskh" script dating back to the sixth and the seventh centuries of Hijrah, can be observed over these tiles. The tiles are very delicate in kind and enjoy various colors, including white, azure, brown, and turquoise.
The dates engraved over these tiles are 500 A.H. (with some parts deleted), 512A.H., 612A.H., 760A.H., and 538A.H.
It becomes obvious from the dates engraved over the plinth tiles of the holy burial chamber that the holy burial chamber has been decorated two times with precious "Sanjari" tiles during history; once in the sixth century (512A.H.), and the second time in seventh century (612A.H.). The tiles of the plinth of the holy burial chamber now have a history of about 800-900 years. These precious and high quality tiles along with the inscription applied on the outer section of the front door of the holy burial chamber in Dar-al-Huffaz portico are among the oldest tiles and the most unique and eye-catching masterpieces accomplished in the Islamic period.