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Old August 27th, 2017, 07:00 PM   #13
Kay Dee
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But I must be content with only one book (at first, anyway) on Tibetan weavings, which is why Iím starting with Piccus.
Well you have picked one of the three best books on the subject there is!


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The Te-Chun Wang catalogue cost me $30 plus shipping, considerably more than Iíve seen for Tzarevaís book (down around $6 or so), it is true.
Good price!

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Finally, I will try to get some detailed pictures of the rug I showed. I do know that Tibetan knotting is unique.
Yes it is, unmistakably so. I hope you can get some / a clear pic/s of the knotting on back, as would solve it once and for all. Or should.

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Thanks again!
No problemo!
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