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Bokara Turkoman

Horse Cloth Antique Bokara Turkoman Yomuth, Also Wall Hanging
Located in Alessandria, Piemonte
Very fine and old item horse cloth Bokara Turkoman Yomuth - Rare and perfect also in Your home. nr
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Vintage 1950s Turkmen Tribal Central Asian Rugs

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Wool

Antique Bokara Turkoman
Located in Alessandria, Piemonte
Classic Bokara with very close knotting and design: for connoisseurs. Perfect on the wall, because
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Early 20th Century Turkmen Other Central Asian Rugs

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Wool

Antique Bokara Turkoman
Antique Bokara Turkoman
W 44.1 in L 75.6 in
Rare Turkoman Bokara Yomud Chuval for Collection
Located in Alessandria, Piemonte
1029 - Rare perfect Turkoman Bokara for Your collection. Suitable also for wall decor or resting on
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Antique Late 19th Century Turkmen Other Central Asian Rugs

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Wool

Red Vintage Turkoman Bokara Pure Wool Good Condition Hand Knotted Rug
Located in Carlstadt, NJ
This fabulous hand-knotted carpet has been created and designed for extra strength and durability. This rug has been handcrafted for weeks in the traditional method that is used to m...
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Vintage 1970s Persian Medieval More Carpets

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Wool

Antique Bokhara Rug
Located in Secaucus, NJ
Bokara or Bokhara rugs are named after the city where they were sold. These rugs were made by
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Early 20th Century Central Asian Rugs

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Wool

Antique Bokhara Rug
Antique Bokhara Rug
W 86 in L 132 in
Antique Tekke Bokhara Rug Carpet, circa 1890
Located in Secaucus, NJ
Antique Tekke Bokhara rug carpet, circa 1890. Measures: 4'2 x 8'1. Bokara or Bokhara rugs are named
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Antique 19th Century Central Asian Central Asian Rugs

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Wool

Antique Tekke Bokhara Rug, circa 1890 3'7 x 4'7.    
Located in Secaucus, NJ
Antique Tekke Bokhara rug, circa 1890. Bokara or Bokhara rugs are named after the city where they
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Antique Late 19th Century Afghan Persian Rugs

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Wool

Antique Tekke Bokhara Rug, circa 1890 4' x 4'10
Located in Secaucus, NJ
Antique Tekke Bokhara Rug, circa 1890. Bokara or Bokhara rugs are named after the city where they
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Antique 1890s Afghan Persian Rugs

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Wool

Antique Hachlo Bokhara Rug, circa 1880
Located in Secaucus, NJ
Antique Hachlo Bokhara rug, circa 1880. Bokara or Bokhara rugs are named after the city where they
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Antique 19th Century East Turkestani Central Asian Rugs

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Wool

Antique Square Bokhara Rug, circa 1890 4'3 x 4'5
Located in Secaucus, NJ
Antique Bokhara Rug, circa 1890. Bokara or Bokhara rugs are named after the city where they were
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Antique 19th Century Russian Russian and Scandinavian Rugs

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Wool

Antique Hachlo Bokhara Rug, circa 1880
Located in Secaucus, NJ
Antique Hachlo Bokhara rug, circa 1880. Bokara or Bokhara rugs are named after the city where they
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Antique 19th Century East Turkestani Chinese and East Asian Rugs

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Wool

Antique Bokhara Rug Circa 1900 6'5 x 9'
Located in Secaucus, NJ
Antique Bokhara Rug Circa 1900. Bokara or Bokhara rugs are named after the city where they were
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20th Century Afghan Persian Rugs

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Wool

19th Century Authentic Caucasian Rug
Located in Los Angeles, US
nomads were the Turkomans, whose work is prized for its precise weave and drawing and meticulous allover
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Antique Early 1900s Tribal Russian and Scandinavian Rugs

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Wool

19th Century Authentic Caucasian Rug
19th Century Authentic Caucasian Rug
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W 60 in L 87 in
19th Century Tribal Caucasian Rug
Located in Los Angeles, US
nomads were the Turkomans, whose work is prized for its precise weave and drawing and meticulous allover
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Antique 19th Century Other Russian and Scandinavian Rugs

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Wool

19th Century Tribal Caucasian Rug
19th Century Tribal Caucasian Rug
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W 48 in L 94 in
Antique Caucasian Runner Rug - 10'8'' X 3'6'
Located in Los Angeles, US
in a subdued or restricted palette. Turkoman rugs are often called “Bokara” in the rug trade, after
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Antique Early 1900s Kazakhstani Tribal Moroccan and North African Rugs

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Wool

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Vintage Berber Moroccan Kilim Rug with Modern Cabin Style, Flat-weave Kilim Rug
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20417 Vintage Berber Moroccan Kilim Rug with Modern Cabin Style, Flat-weave Kilim Rug. Displaying clean lines and a bold colorway, this hand-woven vintage Berber Moroccan Kilim rug c...
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Mid-20th Century Moroccan Post-Modern Moroccan and North African Rugs

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Bobyrug’s Pretty Little Vintage Turkmen Baluch Rug
Located in Saint Ouen, FR
Nice mid century Afghan Baluch rug with tribal design and nice colors, entirely and finely hand knotted with wool velvet on wool foundation. ✨✨✨ "Experience the epitome of luxury an...
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Mid-20th Century Afghan Tribal Central Asian Rugs

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Wool

Ikat Textile from Sumba Island, Indonesia
Located in Jimbaran, Bali
This Ikat textile originates from the Island of Sumba, Indonesia. It is hand-woven using naturally dyed yarns via a method passed on through generations. It features a predominantly ...
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Ikat Textile from Sumba Island, Indonesia
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H 101.19 in W 37.41 in D 0.02 in
Antique Tekke Bokhara Rug
Located in Closter, NJ
Turkoman rugs and carpets are woven in the region east of the Caspian Sea known as West Turkestan, populated by nomadic tribes. The design element that distinguishes this type of rug...
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Antique Early 1900s Afghan Tribal Central Asian Rugs

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Wool

Antique Sumak Rug
Located in Los Angeles, US
Soumak rugs (also spelled Sumak) – This construction technique produces a flat-weave rug that is thick, strong and exceptionally durable. Unlike kilims, Soumak rugs are not reversibl...
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Antique Early 1900s Other Russian and Scandinavian Rugs

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Wool, Cotton

Antique Sumak Rug
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W 35 in L 52 in
Phenomenal 19th Century Malayer Shirvan Prayer Rug
Located in Chicago, IL
A phenomenal 19th century Persian Malayer Shirvan prayer rug with an exquisite bold pattern woven by a master weaver! The stylized floral forms are expertly rendered, in light and da...
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Antique 1880s Asian Malayer Persian Rugs

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Wool

Antique Suzani Textile, circa 1850s
Located in Los Angeles, CA
This is a lovely antique Suzani textile from Uzbekistan, circa 1850s, with silk embroidery on linen fabric.
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Antique 1850s Uzbek Suzani Central Asian Rugs

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Wool

19th Century English Chippendale Style Library Chair
By Thomas Chippendale
Located in Vancouver, British Columbia
An English Chippendale style library chair with the seat and inside back upholstered in gros and petite point needlework in an oriental theme. The chair back is slightly camel shaped...
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Antique Late 19th Century British Chippendale Armchairs

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Upholstery, Mahogany

Antique Silk Bokara Ikat Textile
Located in Alessandria, Piemonte
Very antique Central Asia silk Ikat, backed on original linen, suitable for wall, bed, table. Particular design, part of my personal collection. (Interesting price for closing activi...
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Antique Late 19th Century Turkmen Other Tapestries

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Silk

Antique Silk Bokara Ikat Textile
Antique Silk Bokara Ikat Textile
H 68.51 in W 40.16 in D 0.4 in
Turkoman Horse Bag Fragment
Located in Alessandria, Piemonte
nr. 1046 - What to do with this fragment? Lining a small armchair, hanging on the wall as a souvenir, placed on a piece of furniture under a sculpture, or simply a nice cushion: it...
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Antique Late 19th Century Turkmen Other Central Asian Rugs

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Wool

 Turkoman Horse Bag Fragment
 Turkoman Horse Bag Fragment
W 22.84 in L 29.53 in
Outstanding 19th Century Shirvan Prayer Rug
Located in Chicago, IL
An outstanding mid-19th century Persian Shirvan prayer rug with an incredible stylized multicolored floral pattern field and woven with natural vegetable dyes. The border is exceptio...
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Antique 1860s Azerbaijani Heriz Serapi Persian Rugs

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Wool

Late 19th Century Distressed Antique Turkoman Tribe Chuval Tekke Tribal Carpet
Located in Dallas, TX
78778 Antique Turkoman Tekke Rug, 03'06 x 04'03. Turkoman Tekke rugs from Turkestan are handwoven carpets crafted by the Tekke tribe, one of the major Turkmen tribes historically loc...
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Antique Late 19th Century Persian Tribal Central Asian Rugs

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Wool

Antique Rug Turkman Tekke Bukhara Main Carpet Djoharian Collection
Located in Lohr, Bavaria, DE
Fine hand-knotted Tekke Turkman Bokhara rug or Turkmen rug Beautiful handknotted Bukhara Turkman Main Carpet. Main carpets are large rugs - regular Bukhara rugs are maximum 7 x 5 ft....
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Early 20th Century Turkestan Tribal Central Asian Rugs

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Wool

Rare Pair of Carved Aztec Art Deco Panels, Golden Mahogany
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Superb examples of an important strain of American modern design in the 1920s and 1930s -- Aztec and Mayan Deco -- these carved panels depict male and female figures surrounded by a ...
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Vintage 1930s American Decorative Art

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Mahogany

Antique Tekke Ensi - Middle of 19th Century Turkmen Tekke Ensi, Antique Rug
Located in Sultanahmet, 34
Antique Tekke Ensi - Middle of 19th Century Turkmen Tekke Ensi Size 118 x 165 cm (3,87 - 5,41 ft) This elegant mid-19th-century Turkmen Tekke Ensi carpet is a rare work of art. This...
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Antique Mid-19th Century Turkmen Central Asian Rugs

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Wool

Antique Ersari Ensi - Middle of 19th Century Turkmen Ersari Ensi, Antique Rug
Located in Sultanahmet, 34
Middle of 19th Century Turkmen Ersari Ensi Antique Rug Size 130 x 190 cm This Turkmen Ersari Ensi carpet is a work of art woven in Turkmenistan in the mid-19th century. This carpet...
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Antique 19th Century Turkmen Central Asian Rugs

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Wool

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Signed Turkoman Bokara Pure Wool Hand Knotted Oriental Rug
Located in Carlstadt, NJ
This fabulous hand knotted carpet has been created and designed for extra strength and durability. This rug has been handcrafted for weeks in the traditional method that is used to m...
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Vintage 1960s Turkish Medieval More Carpets

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Wool

Beige Washed Out Turkoman Bokara Worn Down Hand Knotted Oriental Rug
Located in Carlstadt, NJ
This fabulous hand knotted carpet has been created and designed for extra strength and durability. This rug has been handcrafted for weeks in the traditional method that is used to m...
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Vintage 1960s Asian Medieval More Carpets

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Wool

Antique Bokhara, circa 1900
Located in Secaucus, NJ
Bokara or Bokhara rugs are named after the city where they were sold. These rugs were made by
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Early 20th Century Afghan Persian Rugs

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Wool

Antique Bokhara, circa 1900
Antique Bokhara, circa 1900
H 120 in W 84 in L 120 in
Antique Oriental Room Size Khotan Carpet
Located in New York, NY
features a classic Turkoman or Bokara rug design that is common in the western regions of East Turkestan
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Early 20th Century Turkestan Khotan Central Asian Rugs

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Wool

Old Ikat Bokara Silk Panel Textile , suitable for Table, Bed or Wall Hanging
Located in Alessandria, Piemonte
B/279, Old Bokara Turkoman Ikat silk panel. Each silk thread dyed before weaving.
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Mid-20th Century Turkmen Tribal Textiles

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Silk

Washed Out Turkoman Bokara Worn Down Pure Wool Hand Knotted Oriental Rug
Located in Carlstadt, NJ
This fabulous hand knotted carpet has been created and designed for extra strength and durability. This rug has been handcrafted for weeks in the traditional method that is used to m...
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Vintage 1960s Asian Medieval More Carpets

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Wool

Antique Bokara Ikat, Silk Textile Wall Hanging or for Table
Located in Alessandria, Piemonte
B/278. Turkoman antique Bokara ikat panel. The process of Ikat weaving is fascinating because each
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Antique Late 19th Century Turkmen Tribal Textiles

Antique Tekke Bokahra Rug
Located in Secaucus, NJ
Bokara or Bokhara rugs are named after the city where they were sold. These rugs were made by
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Antique 19th Century Turkmen Russian and Scandinavian Rugs

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Wool

Antique Bokhara Rug, circa 1900
Located in Secaucus, NJ
Bokara or Bokhara rugs are named after the city where they were sold. These rugs were made by
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Early 20th Century Afghan Persian Rugs

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Wool

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Bokara Turkoman For Sale on 1stDibs

At 1stDibs, there are many versions of the ideal bokara turkoman for your home. Each bokara turkoman for sale was constructed with extraordinary care, often using fabric and wool. Whether you’re looking for an older or newer bokara turkoman, there are earlier versions available from the 19th Century and newer variations made as recently as the 20th Century. Each bokara turkoman bearing Hollywood Regency hallmarks is very popular.

How Much is a Bokara Turkoman?

A bokara turkoman can differ in price owing to various characteristics — the average selling price 1stDibs is $4,250, while the lowest priced sells for $472 and the highest can go for as much as $8,600.

Finding the Right rugs-carpets for You

Good antique rugs and vintage rugs have made their way into homes across the globe, becoming fixtures used for comfort, prayer and self-expression, so choosing the right area rug is officially a universal endeavor.

In modern usage, “carpet” typically denotes a wall-to-wall floor cushioning that is fixed to the floor. Rugs, on the other hand, are designed to cover a specific area and can easily be moved to new locations. However, the terms are interchangeable in many parts of the world, and, in the end, it won’t matter what you decide to call it.

It’s well known that a timeless Persian rug or vintage Turkish rug can warm any interior, but there are lots of other styles of antique rugs to choose from when you're endeavoring to introduce fresh colors and textures to a bedroom or living room.

Moroccan Berber rugs are not all about pattern. In fact, some of the most striking examples are nearly monochrome. But what these rugs lack in complexity, they make up for in brilliant color and subtle variation. Moroccan-style interiors can be mesmerizing — a sitting room of this type might feature a Moroccan rug, carved wooden screens and a tapestry hung behind the sofa.

Handwoven kilim rugs, known for their wealth of rich colors and unique weaving tradition, are pileless: Whereas the Beni Ourain rugs of Morocco can be described as dense with a thick surface or pile, an authentic kilim rug is thin and flat. (The term “kilim” is Turkish in origin, but this type of textile artistry is practiced all across the Balkans, throughout the Arab world and elsewhere.) 

When it comes to eye-catching floor coverings, the distinctive “medallion” pattern of Oushak rugs has two types of rounded shapes alternating against a rich red or blue background created with natural dyes, while the elaborate “star” pattern involves large eight-pointed shapes in diagonal rows alternating with diamonds.  

If you’re looking for something unexpected, find a runner rug that pops in your hallway or on your stairs. Dig for dazzling geometric patterns in our inventory of mid-century modern rugs and carpets, which includes works designed by the likes of Swedish textile masters Märta Måås-Fjetterström, Marianne Richter and other artisans. 

Carpets and rugs have been around for thousands of years. Prehistoric humans turned to animal skin, wool and fur to craft simple fabrics to soften hard terrain. A 2016 study suggests that "cave lions" were hunted for exactly this purpose, and that decorating your cave with their pelts may have conferred strength and prestige. Although many of these early textiles are still in existence, tracing their precise origins is difficult. Carpets quickly became such a valuable trade commodity that the weavings could easily travel far from their places of origin. 

The oldest known carpet was found in southern Siberia. (It may have traveled there from Persepolis in Iran.) For the flat-weave floor rugs crafted by Native Americans, cotton was the primary material before sheep’s wool was introduced in the 16th century. In Europe, carpet-making was fundamental to folk art, and Asian carpets imported to European countries were at one time considered a precious luxury and not intended to remain permanently on the floor. 

With the variety of area rugs and carpets rolled out for you on 1stDibs — a collection that includes traditional, modern, minimalist rugs and other coverings of all kinds — things will be looking up whenever you’re looking down.