Meredith, NH: Oct/Nov 1992.
8.5 x 11 Paperback in Very Good condition. Item #BOOKS004724I
Cover: Central Anatolian kilim, 1800-1850 Lead Article: Uzbekistan: Searching the Heart of Central Asia, by Chris Walter On the brink of an identity crises, the former Soviet Republic has far to go How to be Happy with Antique Oriental Holes, by Jan Timmerman A collector admits to his obsessions Jan Timmerman, Loving Rugs which have Suffered, an interview by Herbert Exner On the Road to Azerbaijan: July, 1992, by Saul Yale Barodofsky Paranoia and price gouging in the post Soviet era The Development of the Rug-Weaving Art in Azerbaijan in the Beginning of the 20th Century, by Najiba Abdullaeva An undelivered 1990 I.C.O.C. paper The Trunks of Azerbaijan Are Open, by Steve Price A window of opportunity or a trap for the unwary The Authors Respond to a Book Review by E.B. Long, by S.U. Azadi and V. & A. Rautenstengel A rebuttal to Dr. Long's review published in Vol. 11, No. 6 James Opie's Tribal Rugs A book review by Murray L. Eiland, Jr. Some Thoughts on Dyes, by Ellen Wertheimer If Iran's weavers can embrace both types of dyes, why can't we? Skinner: The Rare and Well Done, auction review by Thomas Baker The Lion Rugs of Iran, exhibition review by Paula Swart Woven Magic A preview of Willborg's exhibition of flatwoven textiles Gardens of Paradise, exhibition review by Sharon Fenlon Woven Jewels: Tibetan Rugs from Southern California Collections An Interview with Tom Rutherford, by Valerie Justin Commentary,Letters, Rug Notes, Rug Societies News.