[Seoul?]: Koran Fiber Artists' Association, 1995. 34 color plates. Korean Fiber Artists' Association exhibition catalog of works from 34 contemporary textile artists.
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Seoul: Sookmyung Women's University Museum, 1989. 85 color plates. Sookmyung Women's University Museum exhibition catalog of Korean jewelry from the Joseon Dynasty (1392–1897) including jade, silver and gold. Ribbons and purses also illustrated. Korean text with English plate list and captions.
Seoul: The National Folk Museum of Korea, 2010. 46 plates showing detail and construction, 197 color figures. Excavation and conservation report of the textiles and fabrics from the tomb of this early 18th century Korean military commander. Contents include the acquisition of relics and biographical information of Yi, conservation of...
Seoul: Museum of Korean Embroidery, 1988. 82 color plates. Museum of Korean Embroidery exhibition catalog of the Huh collection. Most items are textiles displayed in full-page color.
Seoul: Sookmyung Women's University, 2005. Over 100 color illustrations. Sookmyung Women's University exhibition catalog in honor of their 100th anniversary of Korean jewelry, costume and textiles from the Choson Dynasty (1392–1897). Korean/English text.
Seoul: IL JI SA Publishing, 1988. 21 color plates 211 black and white. Includes 43 black and white figures showing 122 motifs. "The major objective of this study has been to investigate the changes in design of Korean woven silk textiles for dress woven between 1875 and 1975, a period...
Seoul: Kungnip Minsok Pangmulgwan, 2005. 300 color plates 321 figures. 271 objects illustrated including 64 caps, 98 garments, 10 belts and buckles, 25 pairs of shoes, 53 accessories, and 21 decorative cases and boxes that housed these items. Korean text with a one page English abstract.
Norfolk: Old Dominion University / SSamzisarang Boudoir Craft Reseach Center, 2009. 55 color plates. Gordon Art Galleries, Old Dominion University exhibition catalog of contemporary Korean pojagi (bojagi), cloths used for wrapping, storing, and tranporting household objects and made from the scraps left over from making hanbok, the traditional Korean clothing.
Seoul: The Chung Young Yang Embroidery Museum, 2005. Profusely illustrated in color. Museum exhibition catalog of Korean textiles. English/Korean text. "Exhibition catalog of The Chung Young Yang Embroidery Museum (C.E.M.) to celebrate the first anniversary of its foundation. The exhibition displays beautiful and precious embroidery works to help the viewer.....
London: Linda Wrigglesworth Ltd., (1995?). 49 loose color plates. Dealer sales and exhibition catalog of antique Korean textiles including military and civilian rank badges, robes, pogaji, husu, hanbok, chogori, ch'ima, wonsam, chogakpo, otkampo, hats and others.
London: Linda Wrigglesworth, Ltd., 2004. 40 color plates. Dealer exhibition and sales catalog of unique costumes and textiles from 18th-20th century China, Tibet and Korea. 34 of the plates are of textiles.
Daejeon: National Research Institute of Cultural Heritage. 2 DVD computer disk (30 min each) and 2 booklet set of these aspects of traditional Korean culture. Mosi is a finely woven fabric traditionally associated with summertime made from ramie, a flowering plant in the nettle family used in Asia for over...