Bokharas are a type of handmade Pakistani rug; also known as Bukharas or Bokaras. Most are based on Turkmen prototypes called Tekkes. Pakistani Bokhara rugs are among the most popular handmade rugs in the world. They are popular for their soft, luxurious feel, heavy pile, attractive colors and appearance that consist of repeating octagonal figures called guls, usually on fields of burgundy red, gray blue, or sometimes green.
The unmistakable Bokhara rug are recognized for their deep shades of red, burgundy, plum, and the occasional blue or green. Octagonal shapes displayed are also referred to as an �elephants foot�, they are diverse in color ranging from dark blue to ivory. The high hand knotted pile of wool used to create Bokhara rugs gives them a soft plush feel.
For many centuries Persian rugs have been a staple in Persian culture and art forms. The complexity of the deigns is what makes them so beautiful. Designs can be anything from pictorial, florals, traditional, and other various styles. Their beauty captures the traditions of Iran throughout history. Our Persian rugs always use natural dyes to create their sharp coloring.
Beljik rugs are known for their shades of deep reds, blues and blacks. Beljik rugs are generally tribal and geometric patterns. The knots of the Beljik rug are the finest of all tribal style rugs. The wool to make these rugs are only taken from the belly of the sheep. Therefore, it takes many more sheep to make the Beljik rug.