Miller's Garden Antiques: How to Source and Identify

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Octopus Publishing Group, 2003 - Antiques & Collectibles - 144 pages
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Furnishing a garden with antiques is fast becoming as popular as finding ornaments for the house. There is a wealth of garden statuary, structures, and decorative items available, much of which is within the reach of the average collector's purse. Such items have adorned gardens for centuries, and the market has increased to become a widespread and accessible collecting area. There is great scope for design and invention within garden antiques, both for the novice and for the more established collector.

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About the author (2003)

van der Werff first started working in the art market in 1995. He joined Sotheby's in 1996 and worked for various departments before joining the garden statuary department in 1998 as an assistant cataloguer. He has continued to work in this department, and has taken charge following the retirement of Jackie Rees.

Rees retired in 2001 as director of the garden statuary department at Sotheby's, after a career of 25 years with the company.

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