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Bokhara Rugs with the Company’s signature

Bukhara rugs are among the most popular handmade rugs from Pakistan with soft, glossy pile woven with quality cloth in the cotton warp and silk for all the detailed contours and features of the designs.

They are made on vertical looms with a dense weave of symmetrical knots with repetitive patterns known as "the elephant pressing" or "rhombuses", lined up on the plain background in horizontal rows and framed by intricate edging.

The handmade Bukhara rugs by Efremoglou Company have a colour palette that contains mainly shades of red as it is the main colour of Bukhara rugs but also shades of blue, green, salmon grey and earthly colours. Bukhara carpets with the "QUL" pattern are well known for their geometric designs with many variations, elephant feet, corsets, yomut with small or sizeable QUL designs round or in rhombus. Many Turkmen tribes made Bukhara rugs. Some in Turkmenistan, others in Uzbekistan, where there is the homonymous city of Bukhara, in Persia in the Caucasus area. All of them claim the "authentic" creation of  Bukhara. The design became very popular, and that is why many countries with a rug weaving tradition proceeded to produce them, such as Pakistan and India. They are rugs with a design that repeats the QUL pattern throughout its range. We find them vary on the race or country in wool with yutah warp or with a cotton warp. They usually have shades of red and many tonal variations. Also, the Turkmen Bukharas have broad fringes and a lot of kilim material in them.

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