Super Kazak rugs are highly prized for their dense knotting, which results in more knots per square inch than other rug types. This makes them the second most expensive option among Kazak rugs.Super Kazak rugs are made with natural dyes and handspun wool.
Kazak rugs were originally hand-woven in the Caucasus region by Armenian weavers in the 1800s. The techniques used in their creation were later adopted by Afghan rug weavers, who produced their own version of the Super Kazak rug, which was influenced by the designs of the Caucasus. These rugs were made using traditional hand-knotting techniques and local materials, and have continued to evolve over time.