Oh yes, well respected by me too. There is no doubt that I wouldn't know as much about pottery if it wasn't for Miller's.
What I think is a bit odd is that they have prices based on auctions and specialists. Surely, if they were to use Internet prices it would be more accurate.
Take a look at the Chance glass hankerchief vases. Priced at Â£40 in Millers and i'd be lucky to get Â£5 for it on the net or antique stall.
I think in all honesty, these prices are useless to me. Perhaps if i moved to Lancaster i'd change my mind.
As for the mistake, it is the only one I saw after reading 27 volumes 50 times. That's impressive. Perhaps, i was a bit harsh distrusting them in that respect.
Did I mention how EXTREMELY intelligent all of the Miller's authors are? :wink:
I've been reading another link (Century glass) and Glen said that Bockwitz was also being advertised by Jules Lang & Co.
Perhaps Miller was not completely wrong afterall.