A Beautifully Tribal and Primitive Antique Caucasian Bokara Rug, Country of Origin / Rug Type: Antique Caucasian Rugs, Circa Date: 1900 – Antique Bokara rugs are recognizable for their vibrant colors and geometric shapes. This beautiful antique Oriental rug dates from around the year 1900 and is an essential piece from an important Afghan tribe. This beautiful antique Caucasian rug was woven by the Tekke tribe that is known for its use of a simple color palette that to produce rugs that have been in high demand since the days of the Silk Road.
The tribe spends much of its time living in tents and create antique carpets are durable and meant to protect them from the cold. The design elements of this beautiful and primitive carpet reflect their cultural heritage and the individual taste of the artist who had woven this beautiful tribal design rug. Even though many of the designs featured within this rug use a similar theme, no two are exactly alike. This primitive rug uses an all over pattern consisting of ancient tribal rug symbols.
Unlike many antique Caucasian rugs that have a main border surrounded by one or more guard borders, this tribal rug has a small main border and two geometric ones on the ends. One of the most striking design features of this antique Bokara rug is that it is clearly divided into three distinctively separate sections that differ in color choice, pattern, and design. This creates an eye catching glimpse into the diversity of color and pattern that is a part of the unique cultural heritage.
This antique Caucasian Bokara rug has primitive appeal and would go well in contemporary and modern designs. It would make a striking addition to any home interior or decorated office space, and it represents a living piece of a unique tribal heritage.