Meredith, NH: Oriental Rug Review, Dec/Jan 1993.
8.5 x 11 Paperback in Very Good condition. Item #BOOKS004725I
Cover: Detail, Anatolian kilim Lead Article: The Goddess from Anatolia, by Marla Mallett An updated view of the Çatal Hüyük controversy Persian Jews in the Oriental Rug Business, an ICOC (Tehran 1992) paper by Bob Gibson A small minority of Iran's population, Jews form a large segment of the carpet industry Woad-Seng, by Michael Bischof An international conference at Erfurt showcases the many uses of woad A Mix-Technique Turkoman Mafrash,by Steve Price More questions than answers are evoked by a lovely bag An Origin of Gabbeh Patterns, by Georges D. Bornet Gabbeh patterns similar to cave paintings, variations on existing themes The Textile Museum: Sweet Sixteen, conference report by Steve Price A Weaver's View of the Çatal Hüyük Controversy, by Marla Mallett A reprint of the author's original critique of The Goddess from Anatolia "Piltdown," a "Fairy-Sighting," and Fake Vermeer Paintings, by James Opie and When Prophesy Fails, by Murray L.Eiland, Jr. The debunking of three hoaxes Faith conquers all, even when Judgment Day passes without incident An Elder Generation of Rug Merchants No. 1 Milani, by Donald N. Wilber The humor of a rug dealer is revealed in inscriptions Skinner Sale: September 19, 1992, auction report by Steven Price Commentary, Rug Societies News, Book Marks, Rug Notes.