The Antiques Price Guide 2003 calls on 24 years of specialist knowledge to bring readers the very best in antiques. With over 800 pages and approximately 10,000 new items illustrated, captioned, and priced there is no comparable guide available. Almost 60 subjects are covered from traditional antiques to textiles, posters, science and technology, and much more. Special features highlight the latest collecting trends including French country furniture, SËvres porcelain, Continental clocks, and paperweights. We take
a closer look at Toby Jugs, blue-and-white transferware, garden statuary, and musical instruments. Readers serious about collecting antiques, whether for pleasure or investment, cannot afford to miss out on the newest editon of this essential resource.
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Don't be fooled by fakes! Miller's International Antiques Price Guide 2002 draws on 23 years of specialist knowledge and expertise to bring you the very best on antiques.
Special features highlight the latest trends on the world market
Includes historical details plus collecting facts, hints, and tips
Lists auction houses, and specialists, including Internet resources
In this 23rd edition, nearly 10,000 new images are gathered together to show a true cross-section of what is for sale at auctions, dealers, and antiques fairs from around the United States, Britain, and the rest of the world. Over 1,600 of these are shown in color. Each guide is put together with previous editions in mind so new information and categories are introduced and covered each year. Collect every edition to create a fascinating and comprehensive overview of antiques over the last 23 years.
This year's special features include a look at the craftsmanship of Chippendale and his influence on American makers, a celebration of the 250th anniversary of Berlin porcelain, plus a peek into what's cooking in the world of kitchenware. We also take a closer look at delftware, samplers, barometers, and tribal art.