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The Kazak wool carpet making process.
Kazak handmade rug made with natural, vegetable dyes. This wool carpet from the Caucasus region is very popular. It's no coincidence, as its beautiful colours are perfect for most homes. The knotting technique is Gheordes, which means double knotting. Thanks to this technique, Afghan carpets are made more slowly but are much more durable. Because each knot is tied twice. After making a Kazak oriental rug, like our other oriental rugs, it is washed on stone four times. This is how we achieve the final colour, which remains durable. Washing on stones gives the Afghan rug a shiny appearance. Washing is followed by drying, which also does not use machines, but is simply laid out in the sun and left to dry. This way the Kazak wool rug will be 100% handmade. We also recommend it for underfloor-heated homes. It contains no allergenic substances.
- Manufacture: Handmade
- Knot density: approx. 160.000 knots/m2
- Place of origin: Afghanistan
- Knotted part material: 100% wool
- Warp yarn material: 100% cotton
- Thickness: approx. 7 mm
- Weight: 2,5 kg/m2
Origin of Kazak carpet
As Afghanistan has close ties with some former Soviet states, especially in the Caucasus region such as Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan, the influence of Russian geometric patterns can be seen in the Afghan Kazak rug. This oriental carpet made of high quality wool, known for its outstanding durability, comes from Afghanistan. The rich and vibrant colours used in the Kazak rug are derived from nature, adding an authentic character to the overall aesthetic. Highly valued for their cultural significance, Kazak Oriental rugs are predominantly made in Afghanistan or in the Afghan-inhabited regions of Pakistan. These afghan rugs present a remarkable blend of traditional oriental motifs and intricate designs. Whether used as a centerpiece in a living room, a decorative runner in a hallway or a cosy addition to a bedroom, Afghan Kazak rugs embody the beauty and versatility of oriental rugs. This meticulously woven oriental rug and the exceptional attention to detail showcase the artistry and skill of Afghan rug weavers. With their timeless appeal, Kazak rugs bring elegance and warmth to the living room.
Cleaning of Kazakh oriental carpets
Like all handmade oriental rugs, this one should only be vacuum-cleaned in the direction of the fibre. You can also clean small stains with a slightly damp cloth. However, for heavier stains, we recommend a professional carpet cleaning company who are familiar with cleaning handmade carpets. Because it is wool carpet, so its biggest enemy is the moth. Especially in summer, you may occasionally need to move the carpet or vacuum clean under the carpet from time to time. If you are traveling for a longer time, you should sprinkle lavender under the carpet. Of course, there are moth killer sprays available in shops, but these can be harmful to human health. Do not place very heavy furniture on Kazakh carpets as it may damage the knots in the carpet over time.
Kazak rug is an original Afghan carpet
The Kazak Afghan rug is a handmade carpet made of wool by tribes in the north of Afghanistan. The Kazak rug is famous for its colourful appearance, offering a wide range of bright red, yellow, green and blue tones. Kazak oriental rugs are usually decorated with geometric patterns and schemes, which are typically placed in the center of the rug. Kazak Afghan rugs are durable and long-lasting, making them ideal for laying in a living room or bedroom, or even a luxury office. The wool carpets stand up well to daily use and are easy to clean. Use with proper care results in durability and growth in value. Kazak rugs are associated with Afghan culture and traditions. With its unique appearance and high quality, it can be a decoration of any home. In addition, the production and use of nomadic rugs contributes to the Afghan economy and job creation, and helps to maintain this important tradition and handicraft. In addition to being very beautiful and durable, Kazak rugs can also be a valuable investment. The quality of a handmade oriental rug increases in value over the years and can even become a family heritage. The quality and value of nomadic rugs is determined by the quality of the materials, the density of the knotting and the expertise of the master craftsmen who make them.