Education and Training

University courses and professional training for the art and antiques industry. 

Selection of gems

31 August 2001

French Jewelry of the 19th Century by Henri Vever, translated by Katherine Purcell, published by Thames & Hudson. ISBN 0500237840 HB slipcased £195 until December 31, 2001, then £225.

French Jewellery of the 19th Century

31 August 2001

French Jewellery of the 19th Century, published by Wartski, 14 Grafton Street, London W1. £5 in aid of Befrienders International.

Rain of the Moon

31 August 2001

Rain of the Moon: Silver in Ancient Peru, by Heidi King with contributions, published by Metropolitan Museum of Art, distributed by Yale University Press. ISBN 0300085125. £14.95 pb.

Treasury of the World

31 August 2001

Treasury of the World: Jewelled Arts of India in the Age of the Mughals. The al-Sabah Collection, Kuwait National Museum, by Manual Keene, published by the British Museum ISBN 0500976082. £18.95 pb.

More Millers' tales

14 August 2001

Judith Miller: The Illustrated Dictionary of Antiques and Collectables. ISBN 1840283378. £30.

Candy Art Pottery

14 August 2001

Candy Art Pottery by Ian Turner, published by Hillian Press, the Old Brewery, 12 Church Street, Melbourne, Derbyshire DE73 1EJ. Tel: 01332 862629. email: ISBN 09539750X. £22 (£20 plus £2 p&p).

The Don Pottery

14 August 2001

The Don Pottery 1801-1893 by John D. Griffin, published by the Doncaster Museum Service and available from them at the Directorate of Education and Culture, Chequer Road, Doncaster DN1 2AE. Tel: 01302 734293 email: ISBN 0903524295. £35 (£30 plus £5 p&p).

Antique Hunter's Guide to Europe

14 August 2001

Judith Miller: Antiques Hunter’s Guide to Europe. ISBN 1840283343. £16.99

The future is past

27 July 2001

Miller’s Collecting Science & Technology, by Lindsay Stirling, consultant George Glastris. ISBN 1840000791. £19.99 hb.

How to book in time

27 July 2001

The Art of the Book: From Medieval Manuscript to Graphic Novel edited by James Bettley, published by V&A Publications. ISBN 1851773339. £30 hb.

Fans of Japan

27 July 2001

Hiroshige Fan Prints by Rupert Faulkner, published by V&A Publications. ISBN 01851773320. £30 hb.

Neatly woven

11 July 2001

Antique Kilims of Anatolia by Peter Davies, published by WW Norton & Company Ltd. ISBN 0393730476 £40 hb.

Handy for glass, picky for pine

11 July 2001

Buyer’s Guide to Glass by Jeanette Hayhurst. ISBN 18400003618. £19.99. Buyer’s Guide to Pine & Country Furniture, edited by Jo Wood. ISBN184000374X. £19.99.

Stitched together with loving detail

11 July 2001

Art of Embroidery: History of Style and Technique by Lanto Synge, published by the Antique Collectors Club in conjunction with the Royal School of Needlework. ISBN 185149359X £45 hb.

Walking back to happiness: reissue of Lambeth Wares

11 July 2001

The Doulton Lambeth Wares by Desmond Eyles is the classic reference book on the products of the Royal Doulton’s famous factory in London – started in 1815 for the lowly task of saltglazing sewer pipes – but the original edition is long out of print.

Conspiracy theorist out on his own

27 June 2001

The Lie Became Great: The Forgery of Ancient Near Eastern Cultures, by Oscar White Muscarella, published by Styx Publications, Postbus 2659, 9704 CR Groningen, The Netherlands. ISBN 9056930419 NG250. (approx £75)

History framed

27 June 2001

The Fine Art Society Story (Part I 1876-1914), by Charlotte Gere, published by the FAS. £10

Mystery of the disgraced queen

27 June 2001

The Oxford History of Ancient Egypt, edited by Ian Shaw, published by Oxford University Press on September 28, ISBN 0198150342. £25

Peeling back the layers through time

27 June 2001

Historical Fashion in Detail: The 17th and 18th Centuries by Avril Hart and Susan North, published by V&A Publications. ISBN 18517772588 £19.95 pb

The colour issue

16 June 2001

twrio, edited by Carol and Robert Pugh, published by Towy Publishing, PO Box 24, Carmarthen SA31 lYS. ISBN 952579022, £7.99 + £1 p&p (01267 236569).