Kazak Rug History
Also know as a "Royal" / "Super" Kazak, they are a form of tribal rug that has its roots in the Caucasus Mountains, which divide Europe and Asia. The rugs made by the nomadic Kazak people, who have been residing in the area for millennia, depict their way of life.
Kazak carpets are primarily hand-knotted and made of wool. They are renowned for their vibrant hues, elaborate patterns, and lengthy life span. A vast majority of Kazak rugs have big motifs in their designs. They have a thick, substantial feel since they are frequently constructed of coarse wool. Bright hues are a hallmark of Kazak rugs, and they're frequently employed to make geometric patterns. Kazak rugs typically use the hues of red, blue, yellow, and green. A great tribal look with stunning vibes.
Kazak rugs are renowned for having elaborate patterns. These patterns frequently draw inspiration from geometric designs like triangles, diamonds, and stars are frequently seen on Kazak rugs.
SKU - 5013845
Origin - Afghanistan
Tone - Colorful
Shape - Rectangle
Thickness mm - 1/4"
Condition - New
Warp - Cotton
During transit (shipping), if the texture of the rug will be pressed and there may be some visible creases. Please note that, this is not a defect and it should be unnoticeable after a few days.
All rug sizes are approximate, We have made every effort to display the colors of our rugs as accurately as possible, however the colors may vary depending on display types (computer/phone screen) and the physical lighting condition of your space"