Antique Caucasian Kuba Rug, Country Of Origin: Caucasian, Circa date: 1900 – Kuba is an area that was once a collection point for many different Caucasian rugs of this mountainous region. This antique tribal Caucasian Kuba rug was created at the turn of the 20th century and features a common design found in rugs of the region with its diagonal stripe pattern in the field. The colors of the rug are beautiful and earthy, making it perfect for today’s nature-inspired spaces.
Rugs from Kuba are among the most highly collectible pieces from the Kazak region. Rug collectors favor these antique rugs for their unique designs and tribal feel. The weave is often denser than many other Caucasian rug classes.
Kuba was a Khanate of Persia that was later transferred to Russia in 1806. As the central collection place for many of the small villages and tribes located around the area, its artwork encompassed a range of styles and design motifs. It is these characteristics that give rugs from Kuba their unique rug designs and characteristics.
This tribal rug is perfect for a longer, narrower space, such as the modern kitchens found in contemporary architecture. It has a bold color pattern that will allow you to highlight both warm and neutral tones in the space. It will bring out the shimmer of metallic accents in stainless steel, buttered brass, and chrome.
The angular elements are a perfect complement to today’s geometric designs. This Kuba rug would make a perfect addition to a room of mixed geometric patterns and a mixture of neutral and bolder colors. It would make the perfect addition to a Boho Chic room with its tribal-inspired features. Its gorgeous colors add a soft, natural element to the space. You could easily see this rug in a room of traditional or contemporary furniture.