Seattle: Court Street Press, 1987. 67 color plates. GWO 1379. Wonderful collection of Jim Burns' piled and flatwoven Caucasian rugs.
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Munich: Edition Vok, 1996. 107 color plates. Fabulous presentation of the Vok Collection of flatweaves by Azerbaijani Zagros nomads.
Baku-Leningrad: Izd-vo Akademii nauk Azerbaidzhanskoi SSR, 1961. Illustrated in color and black and white. GWO 1424. An important work from this famous rug designer. The color and black and white graph scale drawings are of Caucasian patterns. Russian-Azeri text. Important map of weaving villages.
Baku: Ganjlik, 1983. 145 color plates 209 black and white. GWO 1426. Color illustrations are paintings of rugs. Focus on the southern Caucasus areas of Karabagh, Karadagh and Iran. Russian text with a short English summary.
Baku: Ganjlik, 1983. 32 color plates 167 black and white. GWO 1425. Russian text with a short English summary. Emphasis on Kuba/Shirvan area with extensive lists of villages and locations by district.
Brno: Dum umení mesta Brna, 1976. 2 color plates 8 black and white. Uncommon museum exhibtion catalog of early 20th to mid-century Georgian rugs. Most illustrations are of felt rugs with tapetries and a kilim.
New York: Ulrich Schurmann, 1982. 1 color plate 43 black and white. Paper presented to Armenian Rug Society about a 2,500 year old knotted rug found in an ice tomb in Siberia with evidence of an Armenian, Caucasian origin. This monograph is about one of the world's oldest known rugs. [GWO 1011, SORB SP-25A].
Baku: Azer-Ilme, 2012. Fully illustrated in color, this contains current events in the Azerbaijan rug world as well as discussion on weaving, weavers and design. Science Art Magazine 3/2012. [SORB Ca-187].