Afghan Old kilims are handwoven by Turkmenians from northern Afghanistan. The carpet is made in a traditional kilim technique using a natural colour scheme with geometric symbols and octagons.
Manufacturing Woven by hand
Chobi rugs are traditionally produced in many regions of Pakistan. The word “chobi” is from the Farsi word “chob” which means wood, referring to the source of its natural dyes. Our Chobis tend to have large geometric floral patterns.
Khal Mohammadi rugs are in some ways unique. Not named after a city or region they are named after the legendary figure that created the unmistakable design.
Khal Mohammad, father of 25, created the design while living in Afghanistan.
Vintage hand-knotted Turkish rugs, made of cotton and wool blend. colors and sizes can be customized. They have been up-cycled; professionally washed, cleaned and distressed slightly to create a unique and distinguished look.
The Ersari carpets are made by Ersari Turkmen. They come originally from Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan, but as many Ersari are living in Afghanistan these days it has become more difficult to name one country of origin.