New York: Needle and Bobbin Club, 1934. 10 black and white.
Western European Textiles
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Quimper: Villard, . A collection of 20 detachable black and white postcards showing traditional costume and caps from Brittany.
Paris: Guerinet, (1900). 52+51 black and white plates. Two volumes: Number 9 and 9e bis of this series of the museum collection of Toile de Jouy, late 18th to early 19th century French printed cloth. Designs by JB Huet for the Manufacture de Jouy. French text.
Lisbon: Museu Nacional de Arte Antiga, 1974. 34 black and white. Exhibition catalog of Portuguese costumes. Includes a bibliography. Portuguese text. Deaccessioned from an important museum library.
London: F. Lewis, 1968. 4 color plates 123 black and white. Heritage of Woven Fabrics series. Limited to 600 copies.
New York: American Art Galleries, 1916. 10 color plates 54 black and white. Most of the textiles are Spanish and Italian.
Oslo: Fabritius & Sonners, 1949. 55 color and 109 black and white. Norwegian knitting, lace, embroidery and other textile arts.
[Bucharest]: State Publishing House for Literature and the Arts, 1958. 56 color plates 433 black and white. Comprehensive and important contribution to the literature.
Zurich: Kunstgewerbemuseums, . 3 color plate 273 black and white. European textile holdings of Swiss museum including several rugs.
Milan: Skira, 1999. 85 color plates. The history of textiles in Prato, Italy and the Textile Museum with selections from their collection. Mostly western European textile are shown. Chapters include Coptic (3 color), Precolumbian (2 color), and Medieval European textiles.
London: F. Lewis, 1969. 62 black and white. From museum collections. Heritage of Woven Fabrics Series.
London: F. Lewis, 1969. 59 black and white. Heritage of Woven Fabrics Series.
Basle: Ciba Review, 1954. Black and White Illustrations.
Uppsala and Stockholm: Almqvist & Wiksells boktryckeri, 1932. 220 plates. Published 1928-29 as: Medeltida vävnader ock broderier I Sverige. Swedish text revised and shortened by Lindblom for English translation. Chapter II on double-weavings by Vivi Sylwan. In-text illustrations in volume 1 are line-blocks and gravures, with 4 mounted color relief...
Basle: Ciba Review, 1951. 38 black and white.
Unst: Unst Heritage Trust, . Color and black and white illustrations. "This booklet tells the history of Unst's lace knitting, reputed to produce the finest lace knitting in Shetland. Full of facinating facts with numerous illustrations from the long history of knitting on the island, it is a ‘must have’.....
London: F. Lewis, 1965. 56 black and white. GWO 2590. Heritage of Woven Fabrics series. Includes 13th-16th century Islamic textiles from the Victoria and Albert Museum.
Leigh-On-Sea: F. Lewis, 1961. 65 black and white illustrations. World's Heritage of Woven Fabrics series.
Leigh-on-Sea: F. Lewis, 1960. 71 black and white. Survey of 17th-18th century French silk textiles from Lyons drawn mostly from the Victoria and Albert Museum collection. World's Heritage of Woven Fabrics series. [CSROT 502].
Whaley Bridge, Derbys, UK: Crown House Publishing, 1991. 118 color plates. French floral designs from the Textile Fabric and Studio Design archives. Minimal text.
Leeds: Pasold Research Fund, 1987. 46 black and white figures. A scholarly review on the economic and social history of textiles. Articles: "Merino History in Old Wool", "Two Children's Galabiyehs from Quseir al-Qadim, Egypt", New Light on Insect Red Dyes of the Ancient Middle East", Early Anglo-Saxon Dress--The Grave Goods...
Paris: Massin et Cie. Librairie Centrale des Beaux-Arts, [1950s?]. 8 color plates 28 black and white show 58 examples. Survey of 16th-17th century Italian and French silk textiles including velvets and lampas. French text.
Basle: 1947. Black and White Illus.
Lerwick: Shetland Amenity Trust, 2010. 66 illustrations mostly in color. Short introduction to the Shetland Museum's textile collection of Shetland handmade pattern and lace knitting and weaving including taatit rugs. Also shows tools and ephemera.
London: Christie's, 1999. 632 color plates. Auction catalog of famed London dealer of antique textiles with an emphasis on European rugs and textiles. Pen priced and sales realized list.