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Antiques Detective: Tips and tricks to make you the expert

Antiques Detective: Tips and tricks to make you the expert (Paperback)

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Judith Miller's super-sleuth guide to spotting, buying and collecting antiques, now in paperbackIf you are looking to discover a valuable treasure or nab a bootsale bargain then antiques and collectables expert Judith Miller shows you how to solve any collecting case. Find out how to tell a genuine antique piece from a fake. Spot signs that indicate an object has been restored. Discover makers and styles to look out for, and whether an object should be kept, or not. Includes expert advice on makers, questions to ask, tips for identifying the best examples in furniture, ceramics, glass, silver, dolls, teddy bears, textiles and more. With hundreds of photographs that reveal every detail of each piece, you'll soon know exactly what to look for.Get more at www.antiques.dk.com with over 30,000 colour photos, descriptions and price guides. "Super-easy to use, may save or make you a bob or two." 5-star rating, Web User Magazine.

Art, Fashion & PhotographyAntiques & collectables Publisher: Dorling Kindersley Ltd Publication Date: 01/06/2009 ISBN-13: 9781405341967  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Judith Miller began as a regular contributor to newspapers and magazines, including BBC Homes and Antiques and Financial Times. Her TV work includes The House Detectives, The Antiques Trail, The Martha Stewart Show, and BBC's long-running Antiques Roadshow. With more than 100 books to her name, other DK titles by Judith include Furniture and Buy, Keep or Sell. She has also lectured extensively, including at the V&A in London and the Smithsonian in Washington. She lives in London.

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