Meredith, NH: June/July 1990.
8.5 x 11 Paperback in Very Good condition. Item #BOOKS004762I
Cover: Ak-chirpy, Tekke cloak Lead Article: An Introduction to Persian Tribal Rugs, by Donald N. Wilber A survey of each tribal group, with a bibliography Traditional Turkoman Embroidery, by A.S. Teselkin A folk art reveals cultural aesthetics and ancient beliefs Is This an S-Group Weaving,by ORR Staff Will this rare weaving stir dealer/collector interest? VI International Conference on Oriental Carpets Academic programs, exhibitions; special events not to be missed in San Francisco Morocco's New Flatwoven Rugs, by Lois Brubeck Tiflits and Oued Zems form a large part of current non-factory production South Persian Masterworks, Part I, exhibition review by ORR Staff John J. Collins, Jr.'s latest specialized collection About Carpet Restoration, by Liz Callison Petillo Carpet suitability for repair, restoration, or conservation Baluchi Woven Treasures, book review by George O'Bannon Boucher's book offers the best color printing of Baluch rugs to date Did Anatolian Kilim Designs Descend from Iranian Tribal Traditions? by James Opie Research collides with important aspects of the Goddess theory Textiles of Wonder and Delight at the Textile Museum, exhibition review by George O'Bannon Ed Rossbach's selections from the TM's collection In the Market, by Saul Yale Barodofsky and Stephanie Odegard Market experiences in Nepal and the Soviet Union Book Review: Asian Carpet and Textile Art, Vol. 1, review by Murray Eiland Eberhart Herrmann's advertising is sumptuous, often informative, and worth paying for A Conversation with Tom Kalman, by ORR Staff Architect.