From an ancient rug weaving lineage dating back to the 11th century, emerges this exquisite piece that encapsulates Pakistan's artistic prowess. Merging and Oriental influences, it emanates a cosmopolitan sophistication. The central field comes alive with intricate floral motifs, embraced by a multi-band border featuring a bold design that harmonizes with the overall composition. A testament to heritage, this rug introduces elegance and visual allure, bestowing grace upon any space it graces.
The narrative finds its roots in the Chobi tradition, a fusion of , Turkman, and Afghan cultures. Crafted in Pakistan's Peshawarr region, it reflects the rugged terrain through earthy tones. The very term "Chobi," evoking wood colors, captures the essence of its palette. Crafted with hand-spun lanolin-rich wool and dyed using natural sources, it proudly exhibits the coveted abrash quality, a gentle play of colors across the pile. This rug narrates the tale of cultural heritage, artistic finesse, and nature's palette, paying homage to the skilled hands that bring its story to life.