Mannheim: Franz Bausback, 1977. 65 color plates. Minimal German text. Includes 13 color plates of Suzanis.
General Kilims and Flatweaves
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Mannheim: Franz Bausback, 1982. 58 color plates. GWO 78. Dealer sales and exhibition catalog of flatweaves. Minimal German text.
Munich: Franz Bausback, 1983. 178 color plates + maps. GWO 88. Famed German dealer's exhibition catalog of flatweaves.
Mannheim: Franz Bausback, 1995. 53 color illustrations. The paintings of Frank Panse juxaposed with tribal flatweaves from Persia, Anatolia, the Caucasus and Ancient America. German text.
Munich: Bernheimer, 1975. 1 color plate 18 black and white. GWO 122. Dealer sales and exhibition catalog of kilims from Anatolia and other areas. German text.
London: David Black Oriental Carpets, 1977. 55 color plates. GWO 134. Pioneering study of good, old kilims by noted London dealers.
Florence: Alberto Boralevi, 2009. 14 color plates. Exhibition catalog of antique kilims juxtaposed with the works of contemporary artist Gloria Campriani. Italian text.
(New York): Jack Cassin, 1990. 9 color plates. GWO 1873. Ancient kilim fragments from Cairo Museum.
Washington DC: The Textile Museum, 1981. 41 color plates 119 black and white. GWO 229. Textile Museum publication of a famed collection of Oriental rugs and textiles woven in the kilim and other flatweaving techniques.
Zurich: VSOT-Messen, 1981. 33 color plates. GWO 295. Dealer sales and exhibition catalog of a collection of flatweaves. German/French text.
Washington: The Textile Museum, 1965. 6 black and white. GWO 1216. Textile Museum exhibition catalog showing mostly the Arthur Jenkins' collection.
Wesel: Verlag Uta Hulsey, 1986. 48 color plates, 17 black and white. GWO 344. Islamic Museum, Berlin catalog. German text with one-page English summary.
Milano: Eskenazi Edizioni, 1980. 30 color plates. GWO 382. Dealer's exhibition catalog of Turkish, Persian and Caucasian kilims. Italian/English.
Vas: Savar Nadasdy Ferenc Muzeum, 1980. 10 black and white. GWO 1411. Ferenc Museum exhibition catalog of flatweaves. Hungarian/German text.
San Francisco: Soma, 1999. 130 color plates. Focus on decorating your home with old and contemporary tribal rugs.
San Francisco: Chronicle Books, 1993. 378 color plates, 271 black and white. Good section on Central Asian flatweaves. History, pattern, technique and identification. "Bold, distinctive patterns; brilliant colors; affordability-these are some of the characteristics that explain the overwhelming popularity of the exquisite, flatwoven textiles from the Near and Far East...
New York: Potter, 1988. 180 color plates. GWO 578. Lifestyle book. Most pieces have some age but are not necessarily collector pieces. First edition.
New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1980. 59 color plates 250 black and white. GWO 632. Solid reference for flatweaves from around the world.
Istanbul: Vehbi Koç Vakfi, 2011. 218 color plates. A selection of the Gulgonen collection exhibited at the Turkish Museum of Islamic Arts (TIEM) with full-page color illustrations and commentary by Rahmi M. Koc, Seacettin Sahin, Brigitte-Ayan Gulgonen, Ferit Edgu, Serife Atilhan and Seref Ozen. English/Turkish text.
Graz: Konzett, 1986. 41 color plates. GWO 660. Austrian dealer exhibition catalog. Minimal German text.
Washington: The Textile Museum, 1969. 9 color plates. GWO 685. Pioneering standard reference on flatweaves.
Washington: Textile Museum, 1969. 10 color plates 106 black and white. GWO 684. Pioneering standard reference on flatweaves and the first American exhibition catalog to feature exclusively flatwoven rugs and trappings.
Halle: Wasmuth, 2014. 190 color plates. German/English text. A beautifully produced large format catalogue of the Neiriz Collection of antique kilims and other flatweaves from Anatolia, the Transcaucasus region and Persia, with many previously unpublished and unseen examples of the highest quality, some of them ‘best of type’. The 190...
London: Oriental Carpet Manufacturers, . 76 black and white. A rug importing company's booklet of older tribal flatweaves of a utilitarian nature from most weaving areas including Kurdish, South Persian, and Central Asian areas. English, French and German text.
London: 1987. 80 Color Plates. GWO 2099. Persian tribal flatweaves are featured but includes a few flatweaves from Morocco, Anatolia and Azerbaijan.