Nearly all are 19th century. There is a later, 2nd edition, in Dealer's exhibition catalogue; illustrations are small; color is bright. There is also a picture of the author of the first book about rugs written in the Latin alphabet in Turkey: Try it and use it for free for 7 days!
Royal Ispahans, Oushaks, and Imperial Lahores. There are chapters on the development of Ottoman court carpets from the 13th to 20th century, the history and changes in the Feshane and Hereke workshops, carpets from both workshops, the history of Kumkapi carpets including short biographies of major designers: The text suggests some are Egyptian and some are Anatolian, and uses them to discuss a transitional period in the development of Anatolian kilim designs.
Connections between designs on Mughal flower carpets and textiles; Kossow: Samuel, Paris, in red cloth, with the author and title on the spine in gold lettering; pages cropped slightly. An exhibition catalogue of the Becker and Reichert collections of saddlebags; the introductory text describes the use of these bags, who makes them, how they are made.
This is a paper reprint of the earlier hardcover ed. Catalogue of the rugs collected from the Vakif Pious Foundation mosques throughout Turkey. The major essay is by Tsareva on technical aspects of rug making, especially structural analyses, which is useful and comprehensive, and on origins, production and uses of rugs, which is largely speculative and not very convincing.
French dealer and restorer's view of Oriental rugs, reflecting European tastes for brighter rugs. Old Tibetan Carpets, Woolen Meditations. New, but corners bumped in shipping. The plates, of 19th century rugs, provide examples from each district. The French appears to be a good translation from the Turkish; the English seems to be derived from the French version and is not always clear.
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Dealer's exhibition catalogue on flatweaves: New books are always arriving, so this is a partial list of items in stock; if you want something not in this catalogue, write; we may have a copy, and are in any case willing to make a note of your interest.
The text briefly describes the tapestries and their history. Booklet, in a folder. Used, very good in very good dust jacket but the plastic has creases. A catalogue of pictorial carpets, mostly 20th century, with the interesting text providing background and interpretation of the picture.
If we left your favorite scientist off the list, leave us a comment with their name below, and perhaps there will be a part 2. Illustrations are mostly 19th century Qashqa'i, with a few Lori.
Statements on the age of Turkmen pile-work; Hassouri: That's why we created this dating site for you. The textile section takes up about half the book and its section includes esssays by Maurer on the social hierarchy of crafts and craftsmen in Tibet, Wild on the origin of various rug genres, de Jong on pile-woven horse trappings, Darchen on Tsuktruk looped piled textiles, Montigel on religious - Buddhist and tantric - symbolism, Kalantari on the relation of Tibetan rugs to religious iconography and use and to rural and nomadic livelihoods.
Dye research on the prayer rugs of the Topkapi collection; Gassong: This book has the Kazak cover. The conservation approach of North-west-anatolian Yuruk women to their traditional weaving; Piggenger: Sections on washing; repairing fringes, holes, selvedges; cutting out sections for removing undulations; reweavings; in general not as detailed as Stone's book.
Ottoman, West Caspian, and East Turkestan embroideries; beautiful textiles in an exotic area of collecting. A dealer's exhibition catalogue of 40 Baluch rugs; brief text describing each rug, with technical analyses and references to similar ones. A few rugs have dates in the 19th century and some look worn enough to be old; many look to be 20th century.
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