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  • Oriental Rug Review Vol. 13 #1

    Oriental Rug Review Vol. 13 #1 Meredith, NH: Oct/Nov 1992. 8.5 x 11 Paperback in Very Good condition. Item #BOOKS004724I Cover : Central Anatolian kilim, 1800-1850 Lead Article: Uzbekistan: Searching the Heart of Central Asia, by Chris Walter On the brink of an identity crises, the former Soviet Republic has far to go How to be Happy with Antique Oriental Holes, by Jan Timmerman A collector admits to his obsessions Jan Timmerman, Loving Rugs which have Suffered, an interview by Herbert Exner On the Road to

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  • Oriental Rug Review Vol. 11 #6

    Oriental Rug Review Vol. 11 #6 Meredith, NH: Aug/Sept 1991. 8.5 x 11 Paperback in Very Good condition. Item #BOOKS004717I Cover : Detail, antique lattice rug. Lead Article: Patterned Reed Screens of the Kirghiz in the State Historical Museum, Frunze, Part I, by Stella Mateeva and Jon Thompson Soviet and English scholars go to the source Rugs of East Turkestan: Khotan, Yarkand or Kashgar?, by George O'Bannon A closer look at the literature on these types results in more questions than answers Dye Analysis

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  • Oriental Rug Review Vol. 12 #3

    Oriental Rug Review Vol. 12 #3 Meredith, NH: Feb/Mar 1992. 8.5 x 11 Paperback in Very Good condition. Item #BOOKS004720I Cover : Tekke Main Carpet, circa 1800. Collection of Gerard Paquin. Lead Article: Rugs & Riots in Central Europe, by Suzanne Newberry and Judith Alper Smith Textile Museum tour serves up more than Turkomans, turrets, and tea Fresh Breeze in Central Asia? by Chris Walter The return to Afghanistan of refugee weavers will impact world markets A Traditional Turkish House, exhibition review

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  • Oriental & Specialty Rug Cleaning

    Oriental & Specialty Rug Cleaning Ellen Amirkhan and Aaron Groseclose $ 495.00 USD Product Details Now in its 9th printing! This 19 chapter book is the first of its kind written for the rug cleaning professional. Many books have been written on oriental rugs with an emphasis on history, structure, culture and identification with cleaning as an afterthought. Many of these authors have limited firsthand experience with the challenges of day-today commercial rug cleaning and repair. Of particular interest to

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  • Oriental Rug Review Vol. 12 #5

    Oriental Rug Review Vol. 12 #5 Meredith, NH: June/July 1992. 8.5 x 11 Paperback in Very Good condition. Item #BOOKS004722I Cover : Animal rug, Turkish, 14th century. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Purchase, Harris Brisbane Dick Fund, Joseph Pulitzer Bequest, Louis V. Bell Fund and Fletcher, Pfeiffer, and Rogers Fund, 1990 (1990.61) Lead Article: Preserving Tradition, by A.S. Teselkin Field research on Yomud village weaving 1960-90 Creating Ruggies for the 21st Century, by Lorna Carmel Youthful artists

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  • Oriental Rug Review Vol. 12 #6

    Oriental Rug Review Vol. 12 #6 Meredith, NH: Aug/Sept 1992. 8.5 x 11 Paperback in Very Good condition. Item #BOOKS004723I Cover : Round holes in the Bazaar Vakil's vaulted ceiling throw shafts of sunlight down into the dark bazaar. In this natural light, Ghassem Rahbarmah, a Shiraz dealer, studies a south Persian malband. Lead Article: The Tehran Carpet Conference and Exhibition, by James Opie An overview of one of the great rug adventures of the 20th century Walks Among the Nomads,by Murray L. Eiland, Jr.

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  • Oriental Rug Review Vol. 12 #4

    Oriental Rug Review Vol. 12 #4 Meredith, NH: April/May 1992. 8.5 x 11 Paperback in Very Good condition. Item #BOOKS004721I Cover : Detail, Bidjar main carpet, first half 19th century. Lead Article: Arabesque Themes in 19th Century Bidjar Carpets, by John J. Collins, Jr. Design traditions including the strapwork principle Shahsevan Persianate Sumak Bags and Covers from the Bijar Area, by John T. Wertime The author coins a phrase Bijar Weavings, by Donald N. Wilber Inscribed rugs, vagireh,saddle covers,

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  • Oriental Rug Review Vol. 11 #1

    Oriental Rug Review Vol. 11 #1 Meredith, NH: Oct/Jan 1990. Item #BOOKS004764I Lead Article: The Sixth International Conference on Oriental Carpets, by ORR Staff November 17-20, 1990 San Francisco, California, comprehensive schedule, registration, receptions, exhibition openings & related events Sixth I.C.O.C. Academic Program A roster of speakers and topics I.C.O.C. Exhibitions California collections span the breadth of rug studies I.C.O.C.Rug Fair Dealers and auction houses display their finest textiles

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  • Oriental Rug Review Vol. 10 #2

    Oriental Rug Review Vol. 10 #2 Meredith, NH: Dec/Jan 1990. 8.5 x 11 Paperback in Very Good condition. Item #BOOKS004714I Cover : Nurata Suzani, 1880, Museum for Textiles Lead Article: Max and Simon's Thing, the Museum for Textiles, by George O'Bannon The Toronto museum celebrates its reopening Cheryl Kolander, Master Dyer, by Liz Callison Petillo A profile of a Circe of the dyeing kettles The Oriental Connection to Navajo Weavings, Marian E. Rodee Caucasian rugs' influence on Navajo weaving The Impact of

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  • Oriental Rug Review Vol. 9 #4

    Oriental Rug Review Vol. 9 #4 Meredith, NH: April/May 1989. Item #BOOKS005508I Lead Article: Tibetan Rugs, Chinese but with a Difference, by Nick Wright Survey of old Tibetan carpets Travels to the Temples of Tibet and Ladakh, by Ann McPhail Monasteries and their rugs A Commentary on Tibetan Carpets and Trade, by Tom Cole Documentation and scholarship lacking, field experience is endorsed The Nepalese/Tibetan Carpet Industry, by Stephanie Odegard A report on the new Nepalese/Tibetan production A

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  • Oriental Rug Review Vol. 11 #5

    Oriental Rug Review Vol. 11 #5 Meredith, NH: July/June 1991. 8.5 x 11 Paperback in Very Good condition. Item #BOOKS004716I Cover : Detail, 16th c. lotto rug Lead Article: Weftless Soumak Bags from Eastern Anatolia, VI I.C.O.C. Paper by George W. O'Bannon Woven without ground wefts, these bags are thick and pliable The Derivation of the Lotto Pattern, VI I.C.O.C. Paper by Robert Pittenger Two pairs of wooden doors may have inspired the Lotto pattern Light Sources and Fading, VI I.C.O.C. Paper by A. James

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  • Oriental Rug Review Vol. 10 #1

    Oriental Rug Review Vol. 10 #1 Meredith, NH: Oct/Nov 1989. Item #BOOKS004713I Cover : Detail Ferahan rug, mid-19th century Lead Article: A Conversation with Joseph Galton, ORR Staff Now divesting himself of his collection, a collector tells his story Auction Previews, by George O'Bannon A special report on the rare and wonderful to be offered at home and abroad Adrift in the Horse Latitudes, the Health of the Rug Auction Scene, by George O' Bannon Questions unanswered about the health of the U.S. auction

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  • Oriental Rug Review Vol. 13 #3

    Oriental Rug Review Vol. 13 #3 Meredith, NH: Feb/March 1993. 8.5 x 11 Paperback in Very Good condition. Item #BOOKS004726I Cover : Tibetan rug, 17th century Lead Article: Carpets from a Cultural Crossroads, by Thomas Cole Influences from the Mughul courts, east Turkestan oases, and Imperial China Jora, by Chris Walter A Turkoman rug producer works to improve life for fellow Afghan refugees Persepolis, by Murray L. Eiland III As part of the June 1992 Tehran Conference, delegates enjoyed a tour Charlie's

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  • Oriental Rug Review Vol. 14 #5

    Oriental Rug Review Vol. 14 #5 Meredith, NH: June/July 1994. 8.5 x 11 Paperback in Very Good condition. Item #BOOKS004734I Cover : detail, 19th century Afshar carpet Lead Article: A White Central Asia Asmalyk of a Rare Type, by George O'Bannon Where in Hell is George, by Ron O'Callaghan and Donald N. Wilber Tributes from friends of George O' Bannon George W. O'Bannon, An Irishman in Friendly Disguise, by Donald N. Wilber A Few Affectionate Comments Woven Dreams/Uneasy Dreams, exhibition reviews by Janice

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  • Oriental Rug Review Vol. 10 #4

    Oriental Rug Review Vol. 10 #4 Meredith, NH: April/May 1990. Item #BOOKS004761I Cover : Kuba, late 18th century Lead Article: A Conversation with Ralph and Linda Kaffel, by George O'Bannon One of the West Coast's better collections A Group of Rugs Attributed to Shusha, by George O'Bannon, an ORR Reprint Rugs of an uncommon type, in Glencairn Museum A Technical Dimension to Color Aesthetics in Old Armenian Weavings, by Paul Mushak A chemical analysis of an antique Qarabagh Shusha long rug Symposium Review:

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  • Oriental Rug Review Vol. 9 #2

    Oriental Rug Review Vol. 9 #2 Meredith, NH: Dec/Jan 1989. Item #BOOKS004755I Lead Article: Conversation with Dewitt Mallary, by George O'Bannon A young Baluch collector with a young collection Photos from the Front, by Tatiana Divens A study of Afghan war aksi Yacub Khani and Dokhtar-i-Ghazi Baluch Rugs, by George O'Bannon Considering Timuri derived Baluch rugs Near the Rio Arriba in August, by George O'Bannon Hot stuff for seekers of Southwestern art treasures Baluch at Auction, by George O'Bannon A

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  • Oriental Rug Review Vol. 14 #1

    Oriental Rug Review Vol. 14 #1 Meredith, NH: Oct/Nov 1993. 8.5 x 11 Paperback in Very Good condition. Item #BOOKS004730I Cover : Pre-Columbian textile from the Later Intermediate period, possibly Lambayeque Lead Article: An Introduction to Pre-Columbian Textiles, by Keith Rocklin The European Auction Scene, a year in review by Herbert Exner Bargains in Boston: The Grogan Sale, an auction review by Eileen Bedoukian The Orient Stars Shone too Briefly in Hamburg, exhibition review by Charles Grant Ellis

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  • Oriental Rug Review Vol. 13 #6

    Oriental Rug Review Vol. 13 #6 Meredith, NH: Aug/Sept 1993. Item #BOOKS004729I Cover : Afshar Dragon and Phoenix Design Lead Article: The Dragon and Phoenix, by John J. Collins, Jr. Deconstructionism in Afshar design Some Salt Bags From Kerman Province, by John T. Wertime The changing social situation of the tribes gives us little time in which to connect weavers and their weavings Who's Afraid of Ronnie Newman, interview by Ron O' Callaghan ICOC-VII: Some Impressions, by Steven Price and Ron O'Callaghan

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  • Oriental Rug Review Vol. 14 #2

    Oriental Rug Review Vol. 14 #2 Meredith, NH: Dec/Jan 1994. 8.5 x 11 Paperback in Very Good condition. Item #BOOKS004731I Cover : Konya kilim Lead Article: Tracking the Archetype, by Marla Mallett Technique-generated designs and their mutant offspring The Second Grand Persian Conference and Exhibition, by Murray L. Eiland, Jr. Tehran Redux, by Bob Gibson Impressions of Iran, 1993, by Raoul Tschebull Mostly Luri and Bakhtiyari, exhibition review by Wendel R. Swan A Very Old Baluch Bird Korjin, by Steven

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  • Oriental Rug Review Vol. 13 #5

    Oriental Rug Review Vol. 13 #5 Meredith, NH: June/July 1993. 8.5 x 11 Paperback in Very Good condition. Item #BOOKS004728I Cover : Detail, Kashgar silk fragment Lead Article: Turkoman Weavings at the Schlossmuseum, by Herbert J. Exner The spoils of war on display for all Artful Restoration on the Aegean, by ORR Staff Bedraggled beauties made whole again by Woven Legends Restoration Who's Afraid of Ronnie Newman, by Ron O'Callaghan Interview with a gentle _ but assertive _ man The European Fine Art Fair

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  • Oriental & Specialty Rug Cleaning

    Oriental & Specialty Rug Cleaning Ellen Amirkhan and Aaron Groseclose $ 495.00 USD Product Details Now in its 9th printing! This 19 chapter book is the first of its kind written for the rug cleaning professional. Many books have been written on oriental rugs with an emphasis on history, structure, culture and identification with cleaning as an afterthought. Many of these authors have limited firsthand experience with the challenges of day-today commercial rug cleaning and repair. Of particular interest to

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  • Meinl Drum Rug Oriental

    The specially designed Meinl drum rug in zebra finish makes for an absolutely special look. The entire bottom side is covered with rubber to avoid sliding and it comes with a bag for comfortable transportation .Zebra finishRubber bottomAvoids slidingComes with carrying bag

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  • The Oriental Rug (Illustrated)

    W.D. Ellwanger, Amanda Lee (Editor),NOOK Book (eBook), English-language edition, Pub by Five Star Publishing, LLC

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  • Fiberlok - 6 Pack Oriental Rug Bundle "Product Category: Computer Accessory/Mouse Pad"

    6 Pack Oriental Rug Bundle Lextra MRST01 Oriental Mouse Rug Product Type: Mouse Pad Part No: MRST01

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  • Oriental Rug Aesthetics eBook

    Buy Oriental Rug Aesthetics by John Schwaner and Read this Book on Kobo's Free Apps. Discover Kobo's Vast Collection of Ebooks Today - Over 3 Million Titles, Including 2 Million Free Ones!

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  • Mrst01 Fiberlok Inc Mouserug-1 Oriental Rug -6 In Master

    Mrst01 Fiberlok Inc Mouserug-1 Oriental Rug -6 In Master

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  • Lextra MRST01 Oriental Mouse Rug

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