Tehran: Ney Publishing House, 1996. 31p. (text) plus unpaginated color plates (perhaps 75 fullpage images), high-gloss paperstock throughout; first edition 8.5x11 inch oblong green cloth boards gilt, in dj. Printed triple-column in English, Persian and French. Casing is sound and clean, jacket somewhat edgeworn, a very good copy.
"Gabbeh is a kind of coarse rug woven by the women of nomadic tribes in the south-west of Iran. Carrying the unfinished ones together with weaving frameworks on their beasts of burden when seasonally decamping to migrate to and fro between cold and warm regions, they install the weaving frames horizontally on the ground" etc etc.