Kendal, Cumbria, England: Abbot Hall Art Gallery, 1971. Original. Softcover. VG, clean, tight. Only a hint of shelf wear to covers and light age toning to spine.. Glossy white card wraps with color image and black lettering. Blank spine. 123 pp. text (on grey paper) + 16 color and bw plates. Map front end papers. Addtional 8-page text booklet from same exhibition at the Whitworth Art Gallery, May - June 1972 (University of Manchester) laid in, along with "director's compliments" note. Text in English. Catalogue from the exhibition held in 9 locations in England between September 1971 and December 1972. Introduction by John Andrew Boyle; comments on the provenance of the collection, and catalogue notes, by Peter and Mugul Andrews. With a transcription of the Turkmen alphabet. With essays for each section, technical information, and specific information on each piece in the exhibition. Included were jewelry, clothing, horse and camel trappings, tent/yurt decoration; flat and pile weaves, felted items, fittings and fixtures, and more. A wonderful catalogue.
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