Arts and Crafts
Whether you're looking for affordable collectibles or classic antiques, this guide from author Judith Miller will show you all you need to know to be an expert. Exploring one of the most influential design movements of the late-19th and early-20th centuries 'Arts & Crafts' showcases over 1,000 individually valued items, including rugs, enameled jewelry and stained glass; as well as in-depth coverage of all the major arts and crafts designers, workshop groups, and factories from around the world. Combining historical information, price guides and 'closer look' features to help identify the most desirable pieces - you can't afford to buy or sell without 'Arts & Crafts'.
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