Code 8160 Afghan/Uzbek Garden Design 302x208cm Hand knotted


Afghan/Uzbek Garden design rugs are highly versatile and can complement a variety of interior styles. Whether placed in a traditional or contemporary setting, these rugs add warmth, depth, and a touch of sophistication to any space. They can be used as statement pieces in living rooms, dining areas, or bedrooms, serving as a focal point that brings the room together.

Premium hand made, double knotted carpet from North Afghanistan, woven by ethnic Uzbeks.

Fine quality handspun lamb’s wool is used on cotton base.

Quality:  300 kpsi

Size:  302 x 208 cm

Material: Wool on cotton base

Origin:  North Afghanistan


“Afghan-Uzbek Garden Design Wool Rugs” likely refers to a type of handwoven rug that combines design elements from both Afghan and Uzbek traditions, with a focus on garden-themed motifs.

The rugs are influenced by both Afghan and Uzbek weaving traditions. Afghanistan and Uzbekistan are neighboring countries with rich histories of rug making, each having its own distinct styles, patterns, and techniques.

Garden design refers to the motifs and patterns used in the rugs and it features intricate designs inspired by traditional gardens,  including elements like flowers, vines, trees, and geometric shapes reminiscent of garden layouts.

This rug is  crafted using wool as the primary material and all natural dyes are used. Wool is commonly used in rug making due to its durability, softness, and ability to hold intricate designs and vibrant colors.

Rug designs often carry cultural significance and can vary based on the region, the ethnic group of the weavers, and the artistic influences at play. Afghan and Uzbek rugs are both celebrated for their craftsmanship, unique designs, and the stories they tell through their patterns.

Additional information

Weight 25 kg
Dimensions 302 × 208 cm


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