New Navy Afghanistan Kazak 2′ X 3′


SKU: 24010114
General Size: 2' x 3'
Actual Size: 1'-10" x 3'-3"
Background Color: NAVY
Age: New
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Origin of Rug: Afghanistan
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Suggested Retail Price*: $300.00

* Suggested retail price listed is for reference only. Final pricing will vary and is dependent on factors such as quantity discounts, in-store promotions, designer/trade discounts, negotiation, and trade-in rug allowances. For personalized pricing and assistance, please contact our team.



This handwoven Afghan Kazak rug reflects the rich weaving traditions of the Caucasian region, showcasing intricate geometric patterns and a striking color palette ideal for contemporary spaces seeking a touch of time-honored artistry. Crafted with meticulous care by skilled artisans, the rug's visual depth is highlighted by the bold navy blue and warm red hues against a cream background, adding texture and interest to any room. The piece seamlessly bridges modern decor with classic design, creating a statement that speaks to both past and future. Measuring 1'10" x 3'3", this rug offers an artful and authentic touch to intimate spaces.

Kazak rugs have their roots in the Caucasus region, an area that spans modern-day Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia. Persian motifs, geometric Turkish patterns, and Russian-inspired floral designs all come together in a dramatic blend. In recent years, the production of Kazak rugs has largely shifted to Afghanistan, where skilled artisans continue to honor the traditional designs and techniques that have defined these rugs for centuries.

Our collection includes new and vintage/antique handmade rugs, each with its own unique characteristics and color variations, enhancing their individuality and charm. We do our best to accurately depict colors and areas of variation/repair/wear in our photos. We invite you to embrace the inherent beauty of these variations, as they contribute to the authenticity and allure of our handcrafted rugs. Expert repairs and restoration available as needed.