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In this month's Antique Collecting discover how valuers put a price on antique diamonds, and the stunning textiles made by unemployed women working on a government-funded project in Milwaukee in the 1930s. We also offer expert advice on how to start collecting antiquities that won't break the bank, then consider the history of the Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours. Elsewhere, we reflect on the beauty of antique mirrors and their illustrious makers, present a potted history of the English library room, and explain why researching the makers of arts and crafts gems can be a pleasure.
We also consider the collecting market for mementos of the Berlin Wall on the 30th anniversary of its fall, auctioneer Charles Hanson puts a Tudor watch in the spotlight, and we look at the work of reclusive Welsh artist Sir John Kyffin Williams.