Oriental Rug Review Vol. 10 #1. Oriental Rug Review.

Oriental Rug Review Vol. 10 #1

Meredith, NH: Oct/Nov 1989.

Item #BOOKS004713I

Cover: Detail Ferahan rug, mid-19th century Lead Article: A Conversation with Joseph Galton, ORR Staff Now divesting himself of his collection, a collector tells his story Auction Previews, by George O'Bannon A special report on the rare and wonderful to be offered at home and abroad Adrift in the Horse Latitudes, the Health of the Rug Auction Scene, by George O' Bannon Questions unanswered about the health of the U.S. auction collector market Carpets With Offset Knotting, by Charles Grant Ellis A look at those in the alternate warp method in museum collections Master of the Art of Carpet Repair, Part II, by Henry Glassie Hagop Barin becomes a master, opens a shop, and builds a reputation in Istanbul A Central Asian Patchwork Cover and American Quilts, by Linda Baxter Hardy Are similarities of design and construction evidence of cross-cultural influences? Azerbaijan Jajim: History and Technique, by Emil Salmanov Current jajim production in the USSR and Iran Village Weaving in Turkmenia Today, A.S. Teselkin Field research suggests that Salor and Saryq weaving traditions have been lost Old Navajo Pictorials, by Nancy Peake Representative weavings may be Native American folk art in purest form Collecting Berber Rugs and Textiles, Maryanne Conheim From Morocco's Atlas Mountains come the best of the Berber textiles Birds and Vases, Collins Celebrates Ten Years, by Jim Evans A fourth exhibition of South Persian pieces Heaven's Gate in Ohio, by Joan Long The Columbus Museum of Art' exhibition of prayer rugs was blessed.

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