Miller's Buyer's Guide: Kitchenware: What to Look For & What to Pay for Over 2,000 Items of Kitchenware

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Octopus Books, 2005 - Antiques & Collectibles - 320 pages
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The kitchen is always the heart of the home, and so collecting kitchenware can have a high nostalgia factor for some, while for others it is the enormous variety of shapes and purposes that intrigue. In this new all-colour Kitchenware Buyer's Guide, over 2,500 examples of kitchenware from the 1890s to the late 1960s across the UK, continental Europe, and the USA are illustrated and described, each with up-to-date prices suiting collectors of every budget. Divided into two user-friendly sections, 'What to Look For and What to Pay', readers learn to gauge price differences due to maker, condition, or provenance, while items covered range from sculptural jelly moulds, ice cream makers, and cookie cutters to chopping boards and blenders. Special features provide additional collecting information from dealers and auction house experts.

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User Review  - Carrie.deSilva - LibraryThing

From the antiques price and buyer's guide publishers, this volume has two sections : What to Look For and What to Pay, the former, of course, not dating in the same way. Each section then has a ... Read full review

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