Oriental Rug Review Vol. 10 #4. Oriental Rug Review.

Oriental Rug Review Vol. 10 #4

Meredith, NH: April/May 1990.

Item #BOOKS004761I

Cover: Kuba, late 18th century Lead Article: A Conversation with Ralph and Linda Kaffel, by George O'Bannon One of the West Coast's better collections A Group of Rugs Attributed to Shusha, by George O'Bannon, an ORR Reprint Rugs of an uncommon type, in Glencairn Museum A Technical Dimension to Color Aesthetics in Old Armenian Weavings, by Paul Mushak A chemical analysis of an antique Qarabagh Shusha long rug Symposium Review: Anatolische Kelims, review by Jack Cassin Kilims from private European collections Qashqa'i, Tappeto Tribali Persiani A review of Taher Sabahi's new book Trefoil at Mills College, by George O'Bannon Rug exhibition of international importance of rugs from three Bay area collections Price Guide to Five Caucasian Rug Types from 1983 to 1990, by George O'Bannon Auction survey suggests rugs from the western Caucasus achieve higher prices Early Armenian Rug Merchants in the United States, by Russell Fling A study of Armenian migration and their contributions to the rug industry Caucasian Rug Nomenclature and Structure, by George O'Bannon Confused by the lack of consistency of rug names? Help is at hand On the Origins of Caucasian Village Rugs, by Richard E. Wright Weaving follows ethnic lines, which, in turn, has a geographic aspect Sartor Resartus, by David Millberg Some thoughts on the Caucasian rug literature, with a Caucasian rug book bibliography Further Studies of Dye Use in Caucasian Rugs of the Commercial Period, by Paul Mushak An investigation of both natural and early synthetic dyes Auction Previews, by ORR Staff Exciting pieces to be.

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