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Elevate your living space with our Supreme Kazak Hand-Knotted Wool Rugs, a timeless masterpiece of tradition and craftsmanship.
Supreme Kazak Rug Artistry:
Crafted by the skilled Hazara Tribes in Afghanistan, our Supreme Kazak rugs draw inspiration from vintage Caucasian designs. Meticulously woven with hand-spun yarns dyed using natural pigments like cochineal and indigo, these rugs burst with vibrant character.
They are then crafted on a cotton warp base in Afghanistan, and then they receive meticulous finishing in Pakistan, including washing and trimming.
Craftsmanship and Design Excellence:
Kazak rugs are a testament to hands-on craftsmanship, crafted using the 'ChappatBaft' or Flat weaving technique. These rugs feature a rich tapestry of bold colours and intricate designs. They showcase an array of small and large geometrical motifs, captivating mixes of diamonds and circles, and depictions of animals, people, and nature. The medallion layout, rendered in various scales, adds another beloved dimension to their design.
Elegant and Impactful:
Meticulously crafted from 100% wool, Our Supreme Kazak luxury rug offers a perfect blend of elegance and environmental responsibility. These rugs grace your living space with comfort and natural flame resistance while contributing to a sustainable future, free from microplastics.
But your choice transcends the boundaries of your home. It creates a meaningful ripple effect, empowering weaving families in underserved areas, preserving traditional skills passed down through generations, and fostering community development.
With fair trade practices, cultural heritage preservation, and a deep commitment to sustainability, each thread in these rugs embodies positive change.
Order today to transform your living space with the enduring elegance of a Supreme Kazak Wool rug.
Just as with everything else in life, a rug begins with a good foundation. A rug foundation refers to the base or primary structure of the rug that provides support and stability to the entire piece. It serves as the canvas onto which the decorative elements of the rug are added. The rug foundation is crucial for the overall durability and longevity of the rug.
Warp: The warp is the vertical set of yarns or threads that run the length of the rug from the top to the bottom. These yarns are usually tightly stretched on a loom before the rug weaving process begins. The number and spacing of the warp threads determine the density and fineness of the rug’s construction.
Weft: The weft is the horizontal set of yarns or threads that run across the width of the rug, from side to side. These weft threads are woven over and under the warp threads to create the structure of the rug. Weft threads can be inserted using a shuttle or by hand, depending on the weaving technique.
The combination of warp and weft creates the foundation of the rug. Once the foundation is established, the decorative elements, such as the pile (in pile-woven rugs) or patterns (in flat-woven rugs), are added. In pile-woven rugs, the pile is formed by knotting or looping yarns around the warp threads, creating a raised surface. In flat-woven rugs, patterns are created by weaving different coloured weft threads in specific patterns.
The rug foundation, being the structural base, plays a crucial role in determining the overall strength, texture, and appearance of the finished rug. It is an essential aspect of rug making that contributes to the artistry and functionality of the final product.
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A true individual rug, is one of a kind, unique piece. The weavers will have a pattern to follow but each person has their own signature meaning no two are the same. Each piece is carefully selected by the Gooch Oriental team to ensure it's authenticity, quality and finish. Each one is knotted by hand, an intricate process using traditional hand knotting techniques. As such, no two pieces are the same, meaning you can add an authentic and unique piece of crafted design into your home, whilst supporting this heritage industry.