The Tribal Eye: Antique Kilims of Anatolia
A kilim is a flat woven carpet made by the nomadic and peasant populations of Anatolian Turkey. Over 50 are shown in full color, and the history, design elements, production, and economics are explored. Also includes technical information for rug collectors. No bibliography. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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