Oriental Carpet Design

Oriental Carpet Design
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Publisher : Thames & Hudson
Total Pages : 352
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ISBN-10 : 0500276641
ISBN-13 : 9780500276648
Rating : 4/5 (648 Downloads)

Book Synopsis Oriental Carpet Design by : P. R. J. Ford

Download or read book Oriental Carpet Design written by P. R. J. Ford and published by Thames & Hudson. This book was released on 1992 with total page 352 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: "One of the most useful books to cover the whole of the field...Mr. Ford is to be congratulated on having produced a work that should stand the test of time." Carpet Review Weekly


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