The Kazakh design is usually a repetition of pyramidal shapes built up by tiny dots of silver applied to an otherwise smooth surface, most often forming a circular or oval frame around a central gemstone setting. The technique of forming patterns with tiny dots of silver is called granulation (making grains). Occasionally the piece would be lightly gold-washed, but not gilded in the same manner that the Teke tribe gilded their silver jewelry.
A simple pendant that I purchased in Afghanistan illustrates the design.
The Bokhara jewelry is very different from the Kazakh. Uzbekistan jewelry makers do not follow rigid patterns as their rug makers usually do, nor do they always design the same motifs and gemstones for their more gaudy ornaments. Here is an example from my own collection: