Miller's Collecting the 1960s

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Miller's, 2004 - Antiques & Collectibles - 144 pages
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The social and stylistic changes of the 1960s were reflected in everything from exclusive designer furniture to the humblest household objects. For anyone who loves the simple chic of Mary Quant and Pierre Cardin, or has fond memories of lava lamps, Monkees records, and hippie-style fashion, this guide to collecting great stuff from the grooviest decade is a must-have. It offers comprehensive, completely up-to-date information on the classics of the period, from exclusive creations to neglected treasures that can be picked up for next to nothing. All the prices have been checked and revised; the photos throughout are almost as much fun as searching for the items will be!

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Marsh is a successful author, journalist and TV presenter specializing in fine and decorative arts.

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