Berlin: Scarabäus, 1922. 139 color plates. Massive and beautiful three volume set of this early and important work on Oriental carpets. One volume of text and two of color plates. German text. [GWO 479, CSROT 2530, SORB G-620].
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Leningrad: Nauka, 1978. 113 black and white illustrations including 33 of textiles. Russian text. Institute of Ethnology and Anthropology collection of the household and material culture of the peoples of Central Asia, Kazakhstan and the Caucasus, collected from the Kazakhs, Uzbeks, Kyrgyz, Tajiks, Balkarians, Kabardians and the peoples of Dagestan...
New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1967. Illustrated in color and black and white. Several textiles are shown.
Berlin: Scarabaeus, 1925. 120 loose color plates. English language edition of "DER ORIENTTEPPICH, SEINE GESCHICHTE UND SEINE KULTUR". It consists of one volume of text and two folders of 60 "postcard" plates each. Brentano’s imprint for the US market. [GWO 476, CSROT 162, CRES 1161, SORB G-619A].
New York: H. B. Claflin Company, . 24 black and white 4 figures. "Presented with compliments of the H.B. Claflin Company". A dealer's promotional book. 31 black and white illustrations of rugs and 22 black and white photos of weavers, merchants and city scenes. [GWO 204, SORB G-316-2].
Los Angeles: UCLA Fowler Museum of Cultural History, 1999. 458 color and black and white illustrations. Museum exhibition catalog of this Pre-Columbian art tradition. "The Moche culture, which flourished on the north coast of Peru between 100 and 800 B.C.E., has been known to art historians and archaeologists for over...
Toronto: Babayan's Limited, 1925. 4 color plates 10 black and white. A Canadian dealer's catalog about types of Oriental rugs and how to use and care for them. Plates from Nahigian brothers show mostly 19th and early 20th century Persian rugs. Probably the first Canadian publication on Oriental carpets. [GWO 48, SORB G-67].
Meredith: Oriental Rug Review, 1982-1987. Black and white illustrations. A compilation of 36 Oriental Rug Review articles and advertisements written by O'Bannon and specially rebound in red cloth.
Meredith: Oriental Rug Review, 1983-1987. Black and white illustrations. A compilation of 16 Oriental Rug Review articles specially rebound in red cloth.
Urumqi: Xinjiang People's Publishing House, 1999. 140 color plates. "An introduction to the 14 historical monuments and cultural relics under state protection in Xinjiang." Several brocades are illustrated. English and Chinese text.
Surat: Tapi Collection, 2012. 728 illustrations, most in color. "Kashmir Shawls offers a fabulous visual repository of dazzling new shawl images never before published. Curators unfamiliar with shawls will find it extremely useful in assessing their own collections...Serious collectors will find this lavish book to be a source of invaluable...
Chiang Mai: Studio Naenna Co., Ltd., 2004. 540 color and 60 black and white illustrations. Uncommon in hardback. Well researched and well illustrated. "Patricia Cheesman’s understanding and commitment to the textiles arts of Laos and Thailand in particular has, over the intervening years, produced a wealth of resources for the...
Boston: Branden Press, 1950 (1972). 15 black a nd white plates. New edition. A vegetal dye resource for rug weavers with formulas and advice on preparing and using dyes.
London: George Allen and Unwin, 1979. 77 color plates. GWO 1402. A useful monograph on carpets from the Caucasus. Most examples show what was available on the market in the late 1970s.
Leiden: Brill Academic Publishers, 2003. 43 color plates 71 black and white plates 32 figures. Scholarly with English, German and French essays. "An extremely rare and conspicuous find of oriental riding costumes in the late antique necropolis of Antinoopolis (Middle Egypt) brought together a number of specialists piecing together their...
New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1997. 113 color plates 76 black and white. Metropolitan Museum of Art exhibition catalog of 8th to 15th century silk textiles.
Munich: Haus der Kulturen der Welt / Fred Jahn, 1989. 39 monochrome plates 5 figures 1 map. Traveling exhibition catalog of woven wicker mats from the Mbole of the Congo. German text.
Kyoto: Kyoto Shoin, 1997. 152 color illustrations of 84 coats. Scarce. The Kuwata collection of these heavy cotton coats from the Edo to Taisho eras. Many designs were inspired by the tattoos popular with firemen prior to the ban in 1872. Text in English and Japanese.
Lyons: Centre International d'Etude des Textiles Anciens, 2005. 10 color and 102 black and white illustrations. Includes the English articles: "The Development of the Loom and its Mechanisms: Experiments with Chinese Warp-Faced Compound Weaves" by Keiko Kobayashi "Hispano-Muslim Textiles: A Technical and Analytical Study" by Angela Arteaga, et al. "Juhta...
Augsburg: Antique Collectors' Club, 1989. 299 color plates, 99 drawings. Extensive illustrations of these Central Asian rugs from auction houses and museums. "This is the fifth book in the highly acclaimed Oriental Rugs series and it serves as a detailed introduction to the extraordinary range of carpets and rugs made...
Washington D.C. The Textile Museum, 1952. 52 black and white. An important Textile Museum catalog of the collection of Umayyad (744-749), Abbasid (847-1031) and Fatimid (952-1149) tiraz textiles from Egypt. GWO 2622, CSROT 2654, CRES 1266, SORB TEA-234.
Seoul: Museum of Korean Embroidery, 1988. 82 color plates. Museum of Korean Embroidery exhibition catalog of the Huh collection. Most items are textiles displayed in full-page color.
Qinghai: Qinghai Nationalities Publishing House, 2014. 176 color plates. Uncommon monograph of piled Tibetan rugs, antique and modern, divided into five categories. Minimal Chinese text.
London: Sotheby's, 2018. Sale #L18872. 164 lots most illustrated in color. Rugs from the collections of Thyssen-Bornemisza, Herrmann, and other private collectors and families. Strong on East Turkestan rugs. With prices realized.
Bangkok: White Lotus Press, 1999. 48 color and 390 black and white illustrations. "A detailed description of Ulat-ulatan, traditional Balinese basketry, covering all of the traditional types of Balinese baskets and related woven materials, the materials from which they are made, and photographs and diagrams of how they are made...