[Yerevan]: History Museum of Armenia, 2010. 69 examples illustrated in color with a close-up of the inscriptions. "Carpets with Armenian inscriptions comprise a special group in the rich collection of carpets kept at the History Museum of Armenia. Putting an Armenian lettered commemoration and a dating on an artistic work...
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Beijing: China Textile Press, 1988. 239 color plates 162 black and white. Massive pictorial history of Chinese silks from the pre-Qin period (-221 B.C.) to the Qing Dynasty. Chinese text with an English and Japanese supplement with plate descriptions.
New York: Robert Pittenger, 2003. Map. Baluch references from the Perso-Afghan borderlands gleaned from books and journals mostly from 1800-1920. Covers rug weaving tribes between Sistan in the south and Herat and Masad in the north. Numbered and limited second printing.
Philadelphia: North American Textile Conservation Conference, 2002. Several black and white figures, tables and charts. Seventeen scholarly articles combined for attendees of the North American Textile Conservation Conference in 2002 held at the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the Winterthur Museum. Articles include: -Modern Materials in Costume collections: A Collaboration...
Suva: Fiji Museum, 1980. 42 black and white plates. Museum catalog showing a variety of Fijian artifacts including three tapa (masi) backcloths and a tapa printing tablet. Each with a detailed description.