Antiques expert, David Dickinson is due to appear in Colne next week looking for antique treasures in the Lancashire area. The Duke, as he is affectionately known by his fans, will be appearing at the Pendle Leisure Centre in Colne filming for Dickinson’s Real Deal, his new television show.
The show last came to Lancashire in November 2010, filming at Darwen and it’s hoped that the show’s producers could choose to film in more local venues. According to a spokesman for Pendle Leisure Trust, people can take along any of their collectables or treasured antiques on 10th September and discover whether they have something that is ‘cheap as chips’ or ‘a real bobby dazzler’.
Although David Dickinson is available to give advice if necessary and keep an eye on any deals, it is ultimately up to the owner to decide which option is the Real Deal; ether accepting a deal or risk going to auction. The programme is designed to get as much money as possible for the antiques and collectable items which people bring along to the show. The Real Deal will be broadcast at a later date, revealing how many people leave with cash in their wallet at the close of play.
There are a number of reputable antique dealers in the area who are also experts in their field. For instance, if you are looking for Victorian dining chairs in Lancashire, you will discover a host of antique dealers who can help you find a ‘real bobby dazzler’.
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