According to legend, Bukhara was first known as Tekke Bokhara because the rugs gained such widespread acclaim throughout the empires. Bukhara-kavkaz finally became the name of the rug. Bukhara-kavkaz carpets are also mistakenly categorized as Persian rugs because they have certain similarities. Bukhara hand-knotted carpets have a warm, inviting feel to them. A Bukhara-kavkaz hand-knotted rug can be identified by its repetitive oval or diamond designs. Bokhara hand-knotted rugs frequently have a strong red color throughout with elements of green, pink, ivory, and grey. Would you rather have softer-colored rugs? There are numerous alternatives for both traditional and modern environments with the hugely popular Chobi carpets. Bukhara-kavkaz 4′ x 6′ hand-knotted Silk Wool Rug in that size available at Khawaja Carpets.
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