Truly traditional and artisan, the Kundos rug, sometimes known as Kunduz/Kamyabe, is woven in a town of Northern Afghanistan mainly by the Turkoman people.
The Kundos quality is made uniquely famous due to the specific type of wool, dye and knots used. The wool used to make these rugs is sourced locally which gives a velvet soft feel on each piece and is very durable. The dying method carried out is also unique to this type of rug using a traditional method specific to the Andkhoy area. These unique methods delivers a very distinct and solid, bold colour. The rugs are then taken to a region in Pakistan where final bespoke touches are added to ensure the rug is finished to the highest standard. This rug has been finished at each end with an additional kelim flatweave decorative trim.