Ahmedabad: Calico Museum of Textiles, 1986. 3 tipped-in color plates and 12 black and white of textiles. Booklet of embroidered and painted cotton textiles and other ritual objects related in Jainism in the Calico Museum of Textiles collection.
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[New York]: Smead and Lawton, 1904. 32 monochrome illustrations. One of the first publications on Indian rugs this promotional booklet shows contemporary rug production including carding, dyeing, and weaving. [GWO 1855, SORB I-70].
Ahmedabad: Marg Publications, 1980. 42 color plates 36 black and white 43 figures. From the Calico Museum.
Kyoto: Senshoku to Seikatsusha Publishing Co. , Ltd., 1975. 104 color plates. GWO 2679. A sumptuously produced book on an important collection of shawls from Iran and India. Wools, dyes and techniques are discussed. Japanese/English text.
Ahmedabad: Mapin Publishing, 1993. 150 color plates.
New Delhi: Rekha Prakashan, 1992. 10 color plates 53 black and white. Focus on 19th century embroidery from this Northern Indian state.
Calcutta: Thacker, Spink and Co., 1909. 15 black and white plates. Uncommon. With chapters on pile carpets, textiles, and embroidery.
Surat: Tapi Collection, 2012. 728 illustrations, most in color. "Kashmir Shawls offers a fabulous visual repository of dazzling new shawl images never before published. Curators unfamiliar with shawls will find it extremely useful in assessing their own collections...Serious collectors will find this lavish book to be a source of invaluable...
Abu Dhabi: 5 Continents Editions, 2010. Massive TDIC, Abu Dhabi exhibition catalog. Fully illustrated in color including 155 color plates of Central Asian textiles, 86 are of North African and 9 of Kohistan/Swat Valley. English/Arabic text. The binding is weak on all published copies due to manufacturer's defect.
Middletown, NJ: Mapin, 1989. 71 color plates 25 black and white illustrations.
New York: Mapin, 1985. 136 color plates 18 black and white 1 map.
Paris: Librairie des arts décoratifs (A. Calavas), [ca. 1920]. 48 plates (collotypes, 6 of them hand colored). Plates show the material culture of India. 10 black and white and one color plate of Indian textiles.
Los Angeles: University of California At Los Angeles, 1979. 5 color plates 125 black and white. GWO 2503. UCLA Museum of Cultural History exhibition of Indian textiles.
Beijing: The Forbidden City Publishing House, 2010. 350 color plates. During the Qing dynasty, the last under imperial rule, many aspects of Chinese social development reached a political, economic and cultural peak. The effects of such can be seen in the elaborately detailed costumes and robes worn in China during...
Ahmedabad: Calico Museum of Textiles, 1976. 14 black and white figures. A study of reverse dyed cloth from the Chaudhari tribe of Surat, India. "This paper has been printed in German version in Tribus, no. 19, November 1970 (pg. 47-69). The text has been revised and then translated into English by Miss Renee Doring ..."
Varanasi: Indological Book House, 1982. Tipped-in plates. Handsomely bound in half-leather this volume is a reprint of the original 1866 edition. John Forbes Watson, reporter for the Products of India at the India Office, London included explanatory text and illustrations of how the fabrics were worn as clothing in India...
London: Francesca Galloway, 1998. 31 color plates. Dealer exhibition of sales catalog. 11 color plates on ancient Silk Road and other antique textiles.
London: Thames and Hudson, 1991. 169 color plates 26 black and white. "No other land enjoys such a profusion of creative energies for the production of textiles as India. From the Rann of Kutch to the Coromandel coast, from city and village, handloom weavers, block printers, painters, dyers and embroiderers...
Ahmedabad: Calico Museum of Textiles, 1993. 312 color plates 66 black and white 68 patterns. Calico Museum of Textiles.
Baroda: Gujarat State Handicrafts Development Corporation Ltd., 1991. 128 color examples. Wholesaler's catalog of textiles, metal work, bead work, wood work, metal work, shawls and quilts, furniture and ceramics.
Woodbridge: Antique Collectors Club, 2016. 200 color plates. "India has been at the heart of the global trade in textiles since ancient times, and cotton has been at the heart of the Subcontinent's economy for millennia. Indian dyed and painted cottons were admired in and traded to the Far East...
Budapest: Akademiai Kiado, 1979. A collection of essays on Greek and Latin, Byzantine, Old Iranian, Middle Iranian, Old Indian, Aramaic, Syrian, Arabic, Chinese, Tibetan, Numismatic, and Archaeological sources. Text in English, French, and German.
Amsterdam: Waanders Uitgevers Zwolle, 1994. 46 color plates. Uncommon Rijksmuseum Amsterdam exhibition catalog of their collection of chintzes especially large cloths and quilted bed covers as well as chintz morning gowns. Text in English and Dutch.
Delhi: Indira Gahdhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya, 2007. 90 color plates. The 3rd book in the series of Intangible Cultural Heritage of India, tries to unfold the rich cultural heritage of the Boro-Kachari Tribe of Northeast India. The tribal communities of Northeast India are very colourful and vibrant with their unique...
London: W. Griggs and Sons, 1909. 14 collotype plates (5 in color). The silk industries of India and the personal history of Sir Thomas Wardle / by Colonel T.H. Hendley - Memoir of the late Sir Thomas Wardle and the formation of the Silk Association of Great Britain and Ireland...