Miller's Antiques Encyclopedia

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Judith Miller
Mitchell Beazley, 2003 - Antiques & Collectibles - 560 pages
Compiled by an international team of over 40 distinguished consultants and writers, Miller’s Antiques Encyclopedia is the “bible” of the antiques world, with co-editions in 7 languages and sales of 110,000 copies. It explains materials, marks, and techniques, provides clues to identification, and offers hints on what to consider when examining antiques. All the popular areas of collecting are featured, including furniture, ceramics, silver, and glass. More specialist subjects include scientific instruments, sporting memorabilia, and oriental art.

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Many books are available on antiques and collectibles, and Miller has contributed quite of few of them. Nonetheless, this one-volume treatment of the whole field is worth considering. Miller's ... Read full review

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Judith Miller is the best-selling author of more than 10 books on period renovation & antiques & is one of the founding co-authors of "Millers Antiques Guides." She appears regularly on the Discovery Channel & BBC2 & contributes to numerous magazines & newspapers. She lives in London.

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