Become a detective to survive in antiques trade

Knowledge is power, nowhere more so than in the antiques trade, and if the present generation of collectors is better informed than any other in history it is in no small part due to Judith Miller.

25th August, 2007

Knowledge is power, nowhere more so than in the antiques trade, and if the present generation of collectors is better informed than any other in history it is in no small part due to Judith Miller.

The author of over 100 books on antiques and interiors, Miller has devoted the better part of 40 years to dispelling the mystique that kept many a collector in the dark for centuries.

Her latest title, Antiques Detective, is a masterclass...

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