A Pakistan Bokhara is woven using fine wools usually imported from Australia or New Zealand. We are familiar with such wool types being used to make fine jumpers, cardigans and suits. However when specially washed this wool takes on such a sheen that it is understandably and frequently mistaken for silk.
This finely spun wool is then densely woven on to a sturdy cotton warp (foundation) before being clipped, washed and then allowed to dry. With its high knot count, lustrous pile and solid foundation this rug will bring pleasure for many years to come.
This rug measures 3 feet 10 inches long by 2 feet 6 inches wide. ( 1.17 x 0.77 metres ).