Oriental Rug Review Vol. 13 #3. Oriental Rug Review.

Oriental Rug Review Vol. 13 #3

Meredith, NH: Feb/March 1993.

8.5 x 11 Paperback in Very Good condition. Item #BOOKS004726I

Cover: Tibetan rug, 17th century Lead Article: Carpets from a Cultural Crossroads, by Thomas Cole Influences from the Mughul courts, east Turkestan oases, and Imperial China Jora, by Chris Walter A Turkoman rug producer works to improve life for fellow Afghan refugees Persepolis, by Murray L. Eiland III As part of the June 1992 Tehran Conference, delegates enjoyed a tour Charlie's Archives, by George O'Bannon An interview with rugdom's living treasure, Charles Grant Ellis Easy Dyeing, Living Colors, by Jack Haldane and Nest Rubio Steaming vats among primitive peoples proved a myth by kitchen research Color Truths and Other Wisdoms, by John J. Collins, Jr. The continuing dialog: vegetal dyes or synthetics, woven art or utilitarian rugs In the Blood, by Jane Wingate The Origins of the Kilim: A Survey of Current Thinking, by Peter Davies An exerpt of a chapter from a forthcoming book Karabagh Runner with Relatives from Lenkoran, by Steven Price New England Opportunities, by Thomas Baker A review of Skinner's January 22 auction Kilims in a Warehouse, by Herbert Exner A review of Peter Willborg's exhibition John Collins 7, exhibition review by Thomas Baker Mostly Afshar, mostly wonderful Rug Societies News, Book Marks, Rug Notes, Letters.

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