Sariq is an Uzbek word meaning ‘yellow’
Sariq is an antique Empire chair from around the year 1820. The chair is from mahogany wood and has gilded wood ornaments. The front has been upholstered with a new fabric Tupaifrom Lorca. The back of the chair has been covered with a Suzanifrom Uzbekistan. Suzanis are embroidered pieces of cloth made in the region of Central Asia. They are an important part of a girl’s dowry and are also used for decorative purposes in Central Asian households. The suzani used on chair Sariq shows flowers. Most people believe that the flower motives are symbols of fertility and prosperity.