Bokara rugs - part of the Central Asian rugs, are now more commonly known as Saryk Turkomen or as Afghan rugs. The principle region of production--the city of Bukhara--now lies in Uzbekistan. These rugs are known for the abundant usage of reds and their fine silk-like texture. The color scheme relies heavily on earth tones: red, sienna, brown, and greens. Often these antique rugs use geometric patterns and are made in an assortment of sizes.