This Bokhara was woven in Pakistan during the 1980s.  With an uncommon design for Bokhara rugs it for Bokhara features a classic Ensi design and a lovely skirt border on one end all on a desirable and uncommon black ground. Ensi rugs were woven by Turkmen tribes and traditionally used as a door cover or entrance to a yurt. Their is a belief among seasoned Turkmen collectors that the intention of this pattern was to represent a door or window to the afterlife. 

Vintage Black Bokhara Ensi - 4’1 x 6’10

Regular price $750.00 Sale

This Bokhara was woven in Pakistan during the 1980s.

With an uncommon design for Bokhara rugs it for Bokhara features a classic Ensi design and a lovely skirt border on one end all on a desirable and uncommon black ground. Ensi rugs were woven by Turkmen tribes and traditionally used as a door cover or entrance to a yurt. Their is a belief among seasoned Turkmen collectors that the intention of this pattern was to represent a door or window to the afterlife. 

In very good condition with minimal wear.

Size: 4’1" x 6’10" [124cm x 208cm]

Age: Vintage 

Origin: Pakistan 

Type of Rug: Bokhara

Material: Wool pile on cotton foundation 

Pile Height: Low 

Condition: Very good 

 

BK2650

 

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