Custom made: a catalogue of personalized and handcrafted items

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Macmillan, 1990 - Art - 191 pages
A revolution in high-quality, custom-made goods is changing the way we shop. Once the exclusive province of a privileged few, custom-made goods are increasingly sought after by knowledgeable consumers. This comprehensive guide is to the growing number of custom goods and services. Each chapter is devoted to a different area of expertise, full of ideas for personal use and for unique gifts: apparel and accessories; architectural home; home furnishings; craftspeople; athletic equip.; vehicles; edibles and potables; personal services; and toys for adults. Provides advice on getting the best service and on appraising the product and the co. that produces it.

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Sheila Buff is a freelance writer specializing in natural history, gardening, & the outdoors. She is the author of "The Great Tomato Book", "The Complete Idiot's Guide to Birdwatching", "The Birder's Sourcebook", "The Birdfeeder's Handbook", & many other titles. She lives & gardens on five acres in Milan, New York,