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2 edition of Early Caucasian rugs. found in the catalog.

Early Caucasian rugs.

Charles Grant Ellis

Early Caucasian rugs.

by Charles Grant Ellis

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Published by Textile Museum in Northwest, Wa .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Catalogue published in conjunction with a special fiftieth anniversary exhibition at the Textile Museum, November 11, 1975-March 6, 1976.

ContributionsTextile Museum (Washington, D. C.)
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13816013M

  Early 20th century Caucasian bright orange, blue and green handmade wool rug Size: 2'6" x 3'5" (76 x cm) The majority of Caucasian rugs is produced in villages rather than urba Category Early 20th Century Georgian Tribal Caucasian Rugs First, this is an outstanding rug-art book. Published by Hali magazine, it features state-of the art- (for ) color printing, with a number of full-bleed color pages, generally details of the best, cleanest and brightest ://

Beautiful book on Caucasian rugs and textiles. Numbered and limited to copies. Minimal Italian text. More. Add to Cart. Price: $ Item Details. Ask a Question. Early Northern California dealer sales catalog of the type of rugs on the market at the time along with great photographs of weavers and spinners at work. A pamphlet ?. One of the most notable Caucasian embroideries, which carries the same design tradition of a bold central medallion with rotating radiating saz leaves, has passed through the hands of some of the greatest collectors and is illustrated, and was once owned, by Ulrich Schürmann, Caucasian Rugs, London, , pl The cypress tree also appears

  An extraordinary early 20th century Caucasian rug with a fantastically woven pattern consisting of three large diamond shaped medallions, two with dark indigo backgrounds, and one with white, with multicolored flowers and birds, on a rich deep crimson background, amidst a field of geometric designed :// Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Subjects: Rugs, Caucasian -- Themes, motives -- Catalogs. Rugs, Caucasian -- Themes, motives. Rugs, Caucasian -- Themes, motives -- Catalogs; More like this: Similar Items


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This book is a catalogue of an exhibition held the the Textile Museum (Washington) in The first part discusses the design and construction of early Caucasian carpets. This is followed by illustrations and annotations of the 37 rugs that were on  › Books › Arts & Photography › Decorative Arts & Design.

Early Caucasian carpets in Turkey. London: Oguz Press, (OCoLC) Online version: Yetkin, Şerare. Early Caucasian carpets in Turkey. London: Oguz Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Şerare Yetkin Early Caucasian Rugs Early Caucasian Rugs 本 著 Charles Grant Ellis Publisher The Textile Museum Release Date March 1, ISBN 言葉 English レビュー数 0 件-レビューを書く 0円 税別: 0円 Stock: In Stock   Early Shirvan rug with palmettes in a brocade pattern, possibly Shamakhi (Shemakha), Azerbaijan.

Early 19th century. Textile Museum R (formerly R). Published Charles Grant Ellis "Early Caucasian rugs" plate click to enlarge Early Shirvan carpet, Shirvan Region, Azerbaijan.

18th This catalogue has been published in conjunction with a special anniversary exhibition of Early Caucasian Rugs, Novem - March 6, - Edges minimally bumped, back cover to tail margin somewhat spotted, else a fine ://?kn.

Early Caucasian textile fragment, 18th century: click to enlarge Early Caucasian fragmentary rug with "Afshan" repeat pattern, late 18th c., (Kuba or Baku) Azerbaijan.

Ellis attributes it to Karabagh. Textile Museum Size: x cm (8'2" x 12'2"). Published Charles Grant Ellis "Early Caucasian rugs" plate click to Wonderful early book on Caucasian rugs. Still a definitive text. Expensive but a must have.

The color plates are not up to current standards but still well worth owning. Read more. One person found this helpful. Helpful. Early Caucasian rugs. book Comment Report abuse. rastaman. out of 5 stars The Seminal Bible for this Group of  › Books › Crafts, Hobbies & Home › Crafts & Hobbies.

Early Caucasian rug with broad, curving lancet leaves and cypresses, Karabagh, Shusha Area, Azerbaijan. Late 18th century, Khanate Period. Textile Museum (R). Published Charles Grant Ellis "Early Caucasian rugs" plate Size: x cm (6'10x16'0")   Early Kazak rug with an archaic design, dated ah (= ad).

Lot: Kazak General Carpet Auktion March Rippon Boswell & Co. International Auctioneers of Rare Carpets & Textiles: Early antique Caucasian Kazak rug fragment, NW Azerbaijan.

Rodney McDonald, All rugs purchased from TRL must be paid in full within 5 days after the auction date. If the invoice is not paid within 5 days after the auction, TRL may, at its own discretion, consider the sale void. All rugs purchased from TRL must be removed within 7 days after the auction date.

Rugs left after 7 days will incur a $10/day storage fee   Book reviews; Caucasian rugs Antique Mogan Oriental Rug 4’2” X 6’10” # by Robert T. Mosby. This circa Mogan measures 4’2” X 6’10”. It has 18 Memling guls in six rows of three. There is a lot of color in this rug.

Red and green on ivory. Auberine and blue on terra :// Similarly, it was not until the early 20th century that Caucasian rugs were woven for export. The many fine examples from the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries are clearly original, authentic tribal works of art in every ://   Here, the angularly drawn, stylized floral-motifs echo the lilies, palmettes, and vine leafs that characterize the sophisticated large-scale 'dragon' and 'blossom' carpets produced in the workshops of Karabagh and Shirvan in the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, see Charles Grant Ellis, Early Caucasian Rugs, Washington, D.C.,pp Buy Early Caucasian carpets in Turkey by Serare Yetkin, A.

Mellaarts (Translator) online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 1 editions - starting at $ Shop  › Books › Crafts & Hobbies › Rugs.

On good examples, the pile is thick and high. Oriental Rugs Volume 1 page In Oriental Rugs Volume 1 the observation that Kasim Ushak are indistinguishable from Chelaberd rugs. Kazanbulak is a neighboring town to Chelaberti (Chelaberd) in the northern most area of Karabagh (Nagorno Karabahk).

Azerbaijani-Caucasian Rugs by Siawosh U. Azadi Hardcover – book Antique. $ $ shipping: + $ shipping. Huge Paper Ephemera Lot US Travel Souvenir Places Almanac Illinois Colorado Wis. $ shipping: + $ ://   Book reviews; Caucasian rugs # Antique Kuba Oriental Rug. by Robert T. Mosby.

This circa antique Kuba Oriental Rug measures 3’8” X 5’1” ( x cm). It has an ivory ground completely covered in a combination of shield and palm head design with multi colored diamonds across the top in tobacco, red, blue, and black.

There is a The Ulmke Collection itself was amassed with the goal of finding antique Caucasian rugs in the best possible condition. This goal was met, but usually with more "recent" rugs, typically from the late 's through the first quarter of the 20th C. This limits its appeal for those interested in "older" Caucasian Join Home Club; Join the Home Club and be the first to hear about exclusive member-only offers, new store openings and special VIP :// Early Caucasian Rugs.

Ellis, Charles Grant. Washington DC: The Textile Museum, pp. 16 color plates 21 black and white. x 11 Paperback in Very Good condition. Minor edgewear. Item #BOOKSI ISBN: Important Textile Museum exhibition catalog of 37 old carpets from all regions of the Caucasus shown and described at /early-caucasian-rugs.

Original version of this all-Caucasian rug book which was later rewritten by Ian Bennett. This is one of the most extensively illustrated books on the subject. The plates are of rugs sold by Nagel auction house. Early Caucasian Rugs. Ellis, Charles Grant. Washington D.C. The Textile Museum, 16 color plates 21 black and ://?action=browse&category_id=&orderBy.Provides a detailed reference on Caucasian rugs, almost all of which are from the 19th or early 20th centuries.

A brief history of early Caucasian weavings is included, along with a profuse amount of color illustrations throughout. "synopsis" may belong to another edition of this ://  Antique rugs from the Wormser Collection.

Austria Auction Company will hold their next antique rug auction “Fine Antique Oriental Rugs XIV” 30 March at in Vienna. The auction includes lots and most of the rugs on sale are antique Caucasian rugs.

Many of the rugs are from the Wormser Collection, ://