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About Antique Collecting magazine
For over 50 years, readers around the world have been receiving the latest global market news, informative articles and buying advice from experts – including auctioneer and TV presenter Christina Trevanion, and BBC Antiques Roadshow specialists Marc Allum and Lennox Cato. Our writers know their stuff – from Scandinavian studio ceramics, early English furniture and Japanese prints, to vintage watches, folk art, Delft drug jars and post-war silver – it’s why Antique Collecting magazine has been at the centre of the antiques and art world since 1966.
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About Statuettes of the Art Deco Period by Alberto Shayo
Statuettes of the Art Deco Period explores the highly-influential Art Deco era, both in terms of the number of artists that contributed to it, and the number of figures they created. This book studies the influences that shaped these artists’ work – namely, the growth of the Ballets Russes under the aegis of Sergei Diaghilev; the fascination in all things Egyptian that followed the discovery of Tutankhamun’s tomb in 1924; and the Music Hall, with all of its venues, its stars and its glamour.