Miller's Antiques Price Guide: 2002 by Volume editor Judith H. Miller
The latest Miller's Antiques Price Guide 2002 draws on over twenty-two years of specialist knowledge to create the very best in antiques price guides. Nearly 10,000 images, over 1,800 of these shown in colour, are gathered together to show a true cross-section of what is for sale in auction houses, and antique fairs, from around the world. Each guide is produced with previous editions in mind, so new information and categories introduced and covered each year create a fascinating and comprehensive overview and reference work of antiques over the last twenty-three years. As well as covering traditional antiques such as furniture, pottery, porcelain, silver and glass, the guide also includes the decorative arts, textiles, posters, kitchenware, science and technology and much more - over 60 subject areas in total. Items date from thousands of years before the birth of Christ to the latest innovations within twentieth-century design. A panel of experts, well-respected within their fields, provide information on identifying, dating and pricing as well as the latest trends.This year's special features include a look at the craftmanship of Chippendale, a celebration of the 250th anniversary of Berlin Porcelain, plus a glimpse into what's cooking in the world of kitchenware and antique cookbooks. Miller's Antique Price Guide 2002 also takes a closer look at pottery, samplers. Tunbridgeware, decorative barometers and tribal art. With hundreds of features, fact boxes on key makers, styles, techniques and identification marks, plus practical advice on further reading, a specialist glossary, lists of collectors' clubs, auctioneers and specialist dealers. Miller's Antiques Price Guide 2002 gives the collector and the dealer all the information they need. If you are serious about collecting antiques, whether for pleasure or investment, you cannot afford to miss the latest edition of the Miller's Antiques Price Guide.