Borjalou Kazak Handwoven Tribal Rug, J69531
Size: 5' 2" X 7' 0"
Pile Fiber: Wool
|5' 2" X 7' 0"
|5 X 7
Introducing the exquisite Afghani rug with a distinct Borjalou Kazak design. This rug showcases a tribal style, which adds a touch of traditional charm to any space. Its background is beautifully adorned in an ivory color, creating a captivating contrast with the rust-colored border.
Crafted with utmost precision, this rug is made from high-quality materials. It features a wool pile on a cotton warp and weft, ensuring both durability and comfort. The wool used in the creation of this rug comes from sheep in the Ghazni Province of Southeast Afghanistan, known for its mountainous terrain that produces longer staple, oily wool ideal for carpet weaving.
The weaving process of this rug is a testament to the skill and expertise of ethnic Turkmen weavers, particularly those from the Esari Subtribe. The raw Ghazni wool is brought to the western side of Afghanistan, where it undergoes hand carding and hand spinning to create carpet yarn. The weaving itself takes place on traditional floor looms in the weavers' own homes, contributing to a cottage industry type of production.
To ensure longevity, this rug is double wefted using a heavily packed depressed warp method. This technique results in a durable handwoven carpet that can withstand the test of time. Additionally, centuries-old, all-natural dye stuffs are used in the coloring process, adding to the authentic charm of this rug.
Measuring 5'2" x 7'0", this Afghani rug boasts a knot density of 80 knots per square inch (KPSI). Based on this calculation, it is estimated that the rug features an impressive total of 411,603 individually hand-tied knots.
Embrace the cultural richness and elegance of Afghani craftsmanship with this remarkable Borjalou Kazak rug. Transform your living space into a sanctuary of style and heritage.