Woodbridge: Antique Collectors' Club, 1986 (1997). 213 color plates 172 black and white. Third revised edition with more color than the previous one.
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Suffolk: Antique Collectors' Club, 1988. 86 color plates, 262 black and white, 33 line drawings. GWO 2487. Massive survey of both European and Indian shawls. Second revised edition.
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.
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...
The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum, 1987. 5 color plates 77 black and white 1 map. Museum exhibition catalog of Kashmir shawls. Dutch text.
Washington D.C. Textile Museum, 1986. No illustrations. Textile Museum conference publication. From the library of the late George W. O'Bannon with his neat bookplate.
New Delhi: Samvedana Culture and Heritage Trust, 2006 (2009). 187 illustrations mostly in color. Second revised edition. With bibliography, glossary, and list of noted collections. "For countless thousands of years, Kashmir's location on the Silk Road insured it was a centre for trade, ideas, communication, and progress. Kashmir imported designs...
New York: Abrams, 1986 (1988). 180 color plates 15 black and white. GWO 2536. A study of the Cashmere shawl with emphasis on the design and manufacture from a European (French) point of view. Same text and plates as the author's The Romance of the Cashmere Shawl from Mapin.
Ahmedabad: Mapin, 1986 (1987). 180 color plates 15 black and white. Emphasis on European machine-made shawls. Same text and plates as the author's The Cashmere Shawl from Abrams.
Mumbai: Marg Publications, 2009. Fully illustrated in color. Volume 60 No. 4. June 2009. Articles include The Kashmir Shawl in the Mughal Period by Janet Rizvi, Travelling with the Mughals: A Survey of the Agra-Lahore Highway by Subhash Parihar, Photo Essay: Ahmedabad by Ayan Ghosh.
(New Haven): Yale University Art Gallery, 1975. 48 black and white. GWO 2553. Yale University Art Gallery exhibition catalog.
New York: Fashion Institute of Technology, 1987. 17 black and white. New York Fashion Institute of Technology exhibition catalog of Cashmere shawls. Italian text.
Mumbai: Marg Publications, 2009. 200 color plates. "This authoritative study introduces the Kashmir shawl as a cultural artefact with a known history spanning four centuries. Lavishly illustrated and accessibly written, this book has much to offer textile scholars, and those interested in the history of Kashmir."-Cover.
Moscow: Ayegkaya Indstriya, 1979. 115 color plates. History, techniques, and examples from this famous 200 year old Russian textile manufactury in the ancient town of Pavlovsky Posad. Text in English, Russian, and French.
Kolding: Forlaget Trapholt, 1997. 46 color plates. Kunstmuseet Trapholt exhibition catalog of saris acquired by the museum in 1995-1996 from eleven regions in India for the purpose of showing the great diversity of the techniques and designs of these cloths. Text in English and Danish.