Miller's: Collecting Modern Design  

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Miller's: Collecting Modern Design (2001) is a book by Sally Hoban.


Miller's guide to the modern examines design styles and movements from roughly 1925 onwards, looking at how these ideals translate into practical application in the decorative arts. Focus on features profile the most important, influential designers in depth, and this is the only volume that gives collectors an overview of all the different media. It tackles questions such as: Why is one piece more valuable than another? and How does one spot an original prototype from a reproduction? Anyone with an interest in buying modern designs must have this.

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