Named after a small city in the northern part of Azerbaijan, these area rugs are usually woven by Afghanis and Armenians who have been influenced by the Caucasian designs from Russia and the northern Persian empire. Most Kazaks have predominantly reds and blues. However, they often have golds and greens as well. Really rare is black. Most of the designs include geometric medallions and can include some animals and flowers. These tribal nomadic rugs are very luxurious and usually exhibit a short pile. Made with 100% handspun wool and natural dyes, this rug will make a room come alive.
Designs of what we know today as Native American Navajo rugs were to a great extend influenced by the Caucasian and Kazak rugs that were brought to the “New World” by the European settlers.
Construction: Handmade; Hand Knotted
Materials: Fine Wool, Natural Dyes