They are available in several quality categories based on the quality of the wool and their other characteristics. This rug is made in many places in Punjab and Sindh province. His pattern and making technique are of Turkmen origin, but were traded on the old silk market in the town of Bokhara on the Silk Road, hence his name. The rug is made of New Zealand or Pakistani Merino wool and is densely knotted. Today, this type of rug is one of the most beautiful rugs in Pakistan. This rug is washed and dried after preparation and shearing, and it is also color-retaining.
Many people think that the denser and thicker the carpet, the better and more durable it is. Thickness is a matter of shear. Durability is the result of the density of the knot and the associated material quality. We hope you enjoy your hand-knotted rug purchased from us and enjoy using it.
Number of knots: approx. 260,000 knots / m²
Typical patterns: bokhara, jaldar, butterfly
Place of origin: Pakistan
Knotted material: 100% wool
Warp yarn: 100% cotton
Thickness: approx. 8 mm
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