Copper Kachri Gola
Bokhara rugs have fine traditional geometric patterns on solid background colours, generally in jewel tones. They tend to have velvety, plush piles and are very pliant (almost blanket-like) in texture. They are part of a very long tradition and heritage in various parts of Pakistan such as Multan, Kashmir, Hyderabad, Lahore and surrounding areas of the northeast region.
Gola Bokhara Rug Features
~2' 8" x 8' 2"
~Over 200 knots per square inch
~5-8 jewel-toned colours
~100% hand-spun wool on a cotton warp and weft
~Knotted with a Senna knot
More About Bunyaad
Bunyaad works to create strong foundations in the villages of Pakistan by paying a fair wage to its artisan families. Bunyaad means "foundation" in Urdu.
Hand-knotted rugs by Bunyaad reflect a global economy that is sustainable and fair to everyone involved. Bunyaad provides well made, quality hand-knotted rugs for customers and a fair, livable income for Pakistani artisans. Quite simply, when artisans are paid a living wage, they can focus on producing quality.