At a recent edition of the BBC television programme Antiques Roadshow, a Faberge pear blossom glass flower was valued at £1 million.
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A new version of the classic BBC television series Lovejoy is planned.
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In the latest edition of the Toy Story animated films, Toy Story 4, there a scene takes place inside Second Chance Antiques shop and it is filled with Pixar Easter eggs.
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YouTube videos of people restoring antiques has become a popular trend recently, with some viewers claiming that watching them is like therapy.
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In a recent episode of BBC’s Antiques Roadshow, a lock of braided hair inside an antique ring was thought to be from author Charlotte Brontë.
At the recording of the Antiques Roadshow at Erddig, North Wales, a woman bought in (more…)
Winston Churchill’s cigar and hat were found in a rubbish dump by David Rose, who works at the dump. He brought them to be valued at the BBC One programme Antiques Roadshow.
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A Leeds-based barber recently brought some chairs to be valued on the Antiques Roadshow at Piece Hall in Halifax that were originally located at Elland Road stadium.
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An antique that was associated with the Titanic received a considerable boost when it was valued recently.
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In 1988, a painting of Mary Emma Jones painted in 1874 by the artist Emma Sandys featured on the BBC television programme Antiques Roadshow and was valued at £20,000. A week after it appeared on the show, it was stolen and the owners believed that (more…)
At a recent Antiques Roadshow in Ireland, a man brought in a Georgian silver table for valuation. Furniture expert, Lennox Cato spotted that the table had been restored and this reduced the value of the 1740 table by several thousand pounds.
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