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.
When Sean Birch purchased the chairs, he wanted them for (more…)
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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An unusual and rare birdcage was valued on the BBC Antiques Roadshow at £15,000.
At the Antiques Roadshow filmed at Helmingham Hall in Suffolk, a viewer brought (more…)
The Elgar Foundation has recently claimed that it is the rightful owner of a manuscript by the composer in which the foundation is named, following its appearance on the BBC Antiques Roadshow.
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In a recent episode of the BBC’s Antiques Roadshow, a man brought an antique Colt 37 revolver for valuation and was stunned by how much expert Bill Harriman valued it at.
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In a recent episode of the Antiques Roadshow, a woman brought along a ‘royal throne’ to be examined.
The lady, who brought the item to Castle Howard in North Yorkshire, said that (more…)