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Vintage Bukhara Kilim – Overdyed Rouge


The city of Bukhara in Uzbekistan gained much importance during the 19th century for its contribution to Islamic studies. Mostly populated by the Uzbeks and Tajiks, this region was also made famous by the floor coverings that originated from here. Deep reds, maroons and geometric patterns adorned the flatweaves from Bukhara.

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  • Size In Feet

    7.11 x 4.1
  • Size In Cms

    241.3 x 124.46
  • Material

  • Colour

    Rose Red,
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The Turkmen tribes along with the Uzbeks and tajiks created the Bukhara carpets and flatweaves, however, the name spread far beyond this region as many of these floor coverings reached the western markets through Bukhara. The city thus managed to capitalise on its name and the patterns seen in many Bukhara’s are from a much larger region. The deep reds and maroons along with multiple borders and tribal motifs are associated with these kilims.

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