Few and far antiques

Immaculate interiors at the antiques exhibition, a glimpse into the luxurious house of Mohanlal

Malayalam actor Mohanlal is one of the most popular actors in the Indian film industry. With a career spanning over four decades, Mohanlal is also one of the richest actors in the Malayalam film industry. the Drishyam The actor is one of the most successful actors and enjoys a very …

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Antiques: the tank truck is the precious cargo

Breadcrumb Links Life Houses Esso truck. Photo by Fourni Reviews and recommendations are unbiased and products are independently selected. Postmedia may earn an affiliate commission on purchases made through links on this page. Content of the article Q This truck was given to me in the 1950s when I was …

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Antiques Roadshow guest refuses to sell Titanic survivor’s letter despite huge valuation

ANTIQUES Roadshow fans were stunned after two guests brought an incredible moment of history to the BBC show. Fiona Bruce hosted the episode, which was held at Porchester Castle in Hampshire, and we were introduced to two siblings with a very treasured letter. 2 Children of Titanic survivor Sidney Daniels …

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Wellness: Antiques Roadshow’s Ronnie Archer-Morgan: Growing up in a home saved my life

While teaming up with Action for Children, Ronnie Archer-Morgan tells Abi Jackson how his love for art and antiques dates back to his childhood. Antiques Roadshow fans will already know Ronnie Archer-Morgan’s fascination with works of art and treasures from the past, unveiling their stories and what they represent. “The …

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The Antiques Roadshow episode filmed at Portchester Castle in Hampshire will air on the BBC this weekend

One of Hampshire’s most famous landmarks will host one of the longest-running shows in the UK this weekend. The Antiques Roadshow will be presented from Portchester Castle after filming in the area in 2021. The castle, in the borough of Fareham, has been a popular location for BBC One filming. …

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Antiques Roadshow’s Ronnie Archer-Morgan: Growing up in care saved my life

Antiques Roadshow fans will already know Ronnie Archer-Morgan’s fascination with works of art and treasures from the past, unveiling their stories and what they represent. “The world is such a funny place, we cycle a lot of negativity in so many ways. And I think through art I see the …

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Q&A: Erica Lome, PhD – Antiques And The Arts WeeklyAntiques And The Arts Weekly

After a lengthy search for an assistant curator, Historic New England appointed Dr. Erica Lome to the position last March. Lomé hasn’t stopped working since graduating from the Bard Graduate Center in 2015, then moving on to the University of Delaware and earning her doctorate in 2020. She represents a …

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Mettlach marks tell the story of a pottery – AgriNews

Mettlach, Germany is a town known for making beer mugs in the Villeroy and Boch factories since around 1842. They made all types of pottery. It all started in 1809 when Pierre-Joseph Boch set up a business in the remains of a cathedral built in 786 AD. To avoid destroying …

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Brimfield Outdoor Antiques Market to open at full capacity on May 10

BRIMFIELD – With its first full-fledged opening in May since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, the Brimfield Outdoor Antiques Market is certainly back in a big way. “If people haven’t experienced Brimfield, they really should get out,” said Kate Corriveau, co-owner of Brimfield Auction Acres. “It’s listed in ‘The …

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Antiques Road Trip: Natasha Raskin Sharp shares a new photo of her famous father

28 April 2022 – 15:34 BST Francesca Shillcock Antiques Road Trip star Natasha Raskin Sharp has shared a sweet tribute to her famous father, Philip Raskin. See the post here… Journey on the road of antiquities and Bargain hunting star Natasha Raskin Sharp shared a new photo of …

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The BBC Antiques Roadshow guest who broke down in tears is a famous sports star

BBC Antiques Roadshow viewers watched in disbelief as a guest on the show burst into tears. Former tennis pro Elizabeth James was on the show on Sunday night. Pundit Hilary Kay asked Elizabeth about her days at Wimbledon and other major championships. The couple were discussing the history of tennis …

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Poignant postcard of a girl from Oberaltstadt, 1942 | Antiques Tour

When visiting ANTIQUES ROADSHOW in June 2021 at Grounds For Sculpture in New Jersey, a guest named Bruce brought a collection of personal items that belonged to his late mother Manya, born to Jewish parents in Poland in 1926, since his time confined in a German Concentration Camp during World …

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Antiques Roadshow fans are stunned as the beloved heirloom shares an incredible connection to a hit TV show

ANTIQUES Roadshow fans were stunned tonight as a beloved heirloom shared a “fascinating” link to a hit TV show. Viewers admitted they never realized Grey’s Anatomy was a textbook long before the ABC medical drama used the name. 5 Roadshow antiques expert Fuchsia Voremberg reviewed a first edition of Grey’s …

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Heartbreak as Antiques Roadshow rare Fabergé box halved after discovery

Jewelry historian John calmly spoke to the public about valuing the ‘rather ordinary’ box, before enthusiastically revealing that it was in fact a Fabergé cigarette case and worth thousands of books. Video loading Video unavailable The video will start automatically soon8Cancel play now Antiques Roadshow: an expert examines a Fabergé …

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“A scam antiques dealer took £13,000 of my late mother’s belongings and sold them on eBay”

A fraudster posing as an expert antiques dealer has made off with more than a hundred belongings from a deceased mother which he then whipped onto eBay. Con man Peter Taylor was jailed on March 31 for defrauding pensioners of assets worth thousands of pounds, Helen Ford, the grieving daughter …

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From the Heart of English Pottery: Yenke Peddler Antiques

CLEVELAND, Ohio — Holy Week and Passover are celebrated this week. May God bless each of you as spring renews our faithful feelings! As we prepare our festive tables, one of the oldest names in porcelain comes to mind. English Derbyware spans over a century of production. The first years …

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Go antique hunting in Burgundy and Provence on the exclusive Good Housekeeping cruise

Photo credit: © Marco Bottigelli – Getty Images From the fragrant purple lavender fields of Provence to the rolling vineyards of Burgundy, France’s unspoilt countryside makes it an idyllic destination that draws tourists from all over the world. VISIT BURGUNDY AND PROVENCE WITH GH Burgundy is famous for its wine …

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Antiques Roadshow guest speechless on review of 1920s mountaineer’s kit “Are you kidding!” | Television & Radio | Showbiz and television

On the latest episode of Antiques Roadshow, the family of famed mountaineer Theodore Howard Somervell were stunned when expert Fuchsia Voremberg valued their expedition tools at £70,000. He participated in the 1922 and 1924 expeditions to Mount Everest and left a legacy for his family, including his grandson and great-grandson. …

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Kovels Antiques: Tiffany desk sets are now known more for their craftsmanship than their functionality | Home & Garden

Terry and Kim Kovel King Features Syndicate Tiffany Studios is synonymous with luxury and decorative items like jewelry, useful pieces of precious metals and elaborate stained glass. The company also made practical items, such as its line of commercial desk accessories made from around 1890 to the 1930s. Desk sets …

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The Antiquities Detective Answers Readers’ Questions, April 2, 2022 | Information about antiquities and teaching history

Origins of the wooden bowl: This wooden bowl has been in our family for over 100 years, according to my late mother. She remembered my grandmother who made bread dough there. She used it to make salads. I think it’s maple. It measures 14 inches in diameter and about 5 …

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Fraudster swindled vulnerable West London pensioners out of £267,000 antiques before flogging them on eBay

A con artist who cheated elderly pensioners of their prized possessions by posing as an expert antique dealer has been jailed. Peter Taylor, 61, had visited homes in Chelsea and Fulham and won the trust of his vulnerable customers before whipping up their antiques, including a painting by Francis Bacon, …

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Antiques Roadshow Expert Blown Away By Glastonbury Armchair Worth Thousands | Television & Radio | Showbiz and television

Furniture expert Lennox Cato got to know the Bishop of Taunton on a recent episode of Antiques Roadshow which gave him the rare opportunity to see the legendary 16th century Glastonbury chair. He saw the “truly wondrous” object at Bishop’s Palace, Somerset, which has been a site of special religious …

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Kovel Antiques: Wiener Dogs Originated in Germany as Art in the Late 1800s | Home & Garden

It’s a Wiener dog from a Wiener workshop! Vienna, Austria, or “Wien” in German, was a major European cultural center. The Weiner Werkstatte is perhaps the most famous Viennese workshop of the 20th century, but it was not the only one. This dachshund-shaped letter opener sold for $813 at an …

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Antiques Roadshow viewers left baffled as Bristol plaque with ‘c***old lyrics’ is valued at £80,000

Antiques Roadshow viewers were left baffled when a plaque with ‘shitty lyrics’ received a jaw-dropping review. An expert has valued an antique with links to Bristol at £80,000 because its lyrics could have been written by a famous composer. The guest on yesterday’s (March 28) episode performed the song on …

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Antiques Roadshow guest left stunned after silver bookmark was valued at exorbitant amount

A GUEST on Antiques Roadshow was stunned after her silver bookmark was valued at an exorbitant amount. When the Antiques Tour The team visited the Woodhorn Museum in Northumberland, they were shown an eclectic range of treasures. 3 An Antiques Roadshow guest was gobsmacked during a recent episodeCredit: BBC 3 …

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Kovels Antiques: The Hundred Treasures Theme Featured Deeply Meaningful Colors and Patterns on Chinese Vases | Home & Garden

Terry and Kim Kovel King Features Syndicate The Hundred Treasures theme was popular in Chinese art during the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911). Many everyday objects that confer symbolic meaning have been incorporated into the works of art. A single vase can be a symbol of female fertility, but this red Chinese …

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Listen to a first behind-the-scenes recording with “The Who” | Antiques tour

In the CD set notes, The Who, thirty years of R&B maximumtheir author (and The Who’s most fired PR executive), says Keith Altham It is impossible to tell anyone who has never seen The Who on stage how such totally opposite, combative, quarrelsome, confrontational, brawling and individually brilliant young musicians …

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Bruneau & Co.’s Estate Fine Art & Antiques online auction on April 4 features paintings by Bendre, Bemelmans, Farquharson

Outdoor genre painting in oil on canvas by Narayan Shridhar Bendre (India, 1910-1992), nicely housed in a 31 ¼ inch by 36 ¾ inch frame and signed by the artist (est. $40,000 – 50,000 $). Gouache on board by Ludwig Bemelmans (NY/France, 1898-1962), best known as the creator of Madeline, …

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There will be local interest in a 1904 portrait of James Hugh Smith-Barry

ADOPTING the visual language of Rococo art and drawing inspiration from 18th century masterpieces, Flora Yukhnovich is quickly becoming one of the hottest properties in the international art world. One of his paintings, Wet, ‘N’ wild, fetched £2.69million off a peak estimate of £200,000 at Sotheby’s Now evening auction last …

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BBC Antiques Roadshow guest floored by the value of the vase she uses as a rubbish bin

A BBC Antiques Roadshow guest was surprised by the true value of her vase. The guest took a vase which she used as a BIN on the BBC One favourite. The expert’s assessment left the guest in awe. Expert Ronnie Archer-Morgan was tasked with running the rule on the item …

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Antiques Roadshow guest gapes as she learns the truth about a rare vase she used as a trash can

ANTIQUES tour guest was devastated after learning the truth about a rare vase she used as a trash can. The BBC series traveled to the Woodhorn Museum in Northumberland and a beautiful pot caught the eye of expert Ronnie Archer-Morgan. 4 Roadshow antiques expert Ronnie Archer-Morgan stood in awe of …

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Antiques Roadshow comes to Cornwall at Eden Project for the first time this year

Fiona Bruce and the Antiques Roadshow team are back on the road this summer – heading to the Eden Project for the very first time. Filming the 45th series of one of the BBC’s most beloved programmes, the award-winning show will come to Cornwall later this year. And, for the …

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The stoneware pot is essential – AgriNews

There were many small potteries making stoneware and other ceramics for use in the kitchen, bedroom, or farmhouse. Most American-made utensils in the 1800s were made with thick pottery sides in simple shapes with almost no decoration. The most expensive examples collected today have a design or name on the …

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How to use silver to make money in the world of antiques…

This book ticket is on sale at the center for four books Are you flashing cash less often these days? Thanks to contactless shopping, internet shopping and banking, and yes, the pandemic, less than 22% of purchases are made in cash, and falling. On the 225th anniversary of the Bank …

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HG Beasley’s collectors’ odyssey since he was 13

Harry Geoffrey Beasley (1881-1939), heir to the North Kent Brewery in Plumstead, took an early interest in ethnography. A collecting obsession that began at the age of 13 with the acquisition of two clubs from the Solomon Islands has grown over a lifetime to number around 10,000 artifacts from around …

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Invest in a Hudson Bay blanket and wrap yourself up

If you think blankets are just things that fill your linen closet, read on. Blankets are also collectible, and neither are Canada’s famous Hudson’s Bay blankets. The history of these blankets dates back over 200 years, and a first can cost more than your entire bedroom. Nonetheless, they’re some of …

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Adams County antique dealer helps solve decades-old museum thefts

Decades-Old Museum Burglaries Solved With Help From Adams County Antique Dealer Updated: 12:29 PM EST Feb 20, 2022 Hide transcript View Transcript >> WE WATCH THE OERTER RIE. THIS IS THE REVOLVER OF THE BENGAL ARMY. 1851 NAVY MOL COLT. CURATORS AT PHILADELPHIA’S BARBA:AR MUSEUM IN SUSQUEHANNA VALLEY CELEBRATE THE …

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BBC: Antiques Road Trip takes you into the Gloucestershire countryside

Antiques Road Trip came to Gloucestershire in today’s episode, with Phil Serral cruising the county’s famous canals. Phil and co-presenter Tim Medhurst have traveled in and out of the Cotswolds, visiting Stow-on-the-Wold, Winchcombe and Cirencester among other places in search of timeless antiques. The presenters didn’t have much luck in …

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Reputable antique dealer places $4.2 million price on Lindsay Lohan’s former Sierra Towers condo

More than 15 years ago, as a promising young actress and budding wild child, around the time the world began to care endlessly about the comings and goings and naughty shenanigans of the teenage sensation turned tabloid Lindsay Lohanshe shelled out $1.975million for a decrepit high-floor apartment in the iconic, …

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Antiques Roadshow guest stunned by Rolling Stones memorabilia assessment: ‘Amazing’ | Television & Radio | Showbiz and television

In a classic episode of Antiques Roadshow, BBC host Fiona Bruce took viewers to the Royal Agricultural University in Cirencester. Among the thousands of people who attended the show and were eager for their belongings to be appraised, one guest left pundit Marc Allum blown away by his memories of …

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Designs of the Heart for Valentine’s Day: Yenke Peddler Antiques

CLEVELAND, Ohio — This weekend offers several extra days to celebrate Valentine’s Day! Observed on February 14 since 496, this holiday honors a Roman high priest who served all with love and devotion. I wish you all a heart-filled day! In the early 1900s, postcards were a great way to …

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The Petworth Park Antiques and Fine Art Fair is back

The Petworth Park Antiques and Fine Arts Fair is set to return to Petworth House this year. SUS-221002-140925001 From Friday May 13 to Sunday May 15, the Petworth Park Antiques and Fine Arts Fair will return to the grounds of Petworth House. Some 60 exhibitors will join us from across …

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Antiques Roadshow expert ‘amazed’ by brooch with royal connection | Television & Radio | Showbiz and television

In a classic episode of the BBC favourite, jewelery specialist Geoffrey Munn exclaimed he ‘can’t believe’ what he saw when he explained the value of the special brooch, which was brought by a guest who had given it as a gift to her husband. . The Antiques Roadshow moment saw …

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Antiques Roadshow guest stunned as expert reveals hidden message in brooch donated by hubby

A GUEST on Antiques Roadshow was stunned when an expert revealed a hidden message in a brooch given to her by her husband. Jewelery specialist Geoffrey Munn was also shocked to discover the stunning piece had an odd connection to royalty. 3 The guest was stunned to discover the value …

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Antiques Roadshow in Hampshire: Portchester Castle in Fareham at the center of the BBC show

A famous Hampshire landmark will take center stage in this weekend’s edition of the popular TV series Antiques Roadshow. Portchester Castle, located in Fareham, will be the setting for the next episode of the BBC One show which airs on Sunday February 13. Filming at Fareham took place in the …

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The Rise and Fall of California Pottery

While California is rightly famous for many things, there are a few areas where its heyday has come and gone. One of them is making art pottery. At one time, there were literally hundreds of manufacturers, many of which were clustered in and around Los Angeles. Today, there are barely …

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Gazelle furniture springs from mid-century modern – AgriNews

Artist Dan Johnson (1918-1979) designed furniture for many companies with a mid-century modern look. He worked in Rome and California and designed a number of modern furniture lines, particularly chairs and tables, for Danish and American companies. Johnson often used thin, weathered metal, iron, or aluminum for the arms, legs, …

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Kitchen antiques at home? They could be worth bread!

It was 105 years ago this week when your morning toast might have missed. With the American wheat we relied on being disrupted during World War I, this staple was in danger of running out. Rationing was therefore introduced on February 1, 1917. I love my bread and I know …

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10 of the best places to find them

Are you looking for that specific vintage armchair that fits perfectly in your living room or just want a relaxing time to see what antiques you can find? Well, you’re in luck… At Secret London we love a good market, and we’re lucky to have so many in our capital. …

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BBC Antiques Roadshow’s Fiona Bruce floored by medallion with royal connection inside

BBC Antiques Roadshow host Fiona Bruce was surprised by a locket with a secret royal connection inside. Fans saw Fiona stunned to be presented with a locket containing the HAIR of Charles I. “Not a lock, not a lock, but a small fragment of Charles I’s lock of hair,” explained …

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Antiques Road Trip: Meet Irita Marriott’s Family Here

28 January 2022 – 15:26 GMT Eve Crosbie Irita Marriot has quickly become one of Antiques Road Trip’s favorite stars – find out all about her husband and children here Irita Marriott quickly became one of our favorites Journey on the road of antiquities stars, having only joined …

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The BBC Antiquities Road Trip will showcase some of the North East’s most famous landmarks

Historic landmarks in the North East are set to feature on the Antiques Road Trip TV show for two days. The BBC show, which should not be confused with Antiques Roadshow, sees two antiques experts go head-to-head with a budget of £200 to buy antiques and collectibles which are then …

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Pharell Williams x Tiffany & Co. sunglasses accused of copying antiques

Designer Nigo recently presented his debut collection for French fashion house Kenzo and the runway looks weren’t the only ones making headlines. Among those watching from the front row was singer and songwriter Pharell Williams who was spotted in a pair of Tiffany & Co sunglasses. The singer hinted at …

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Neue Auctions’ Winter Antiques & Art Online Auction on Saturday February 19 features over 300 carefully selected lots

Rare Magic Realism oil painting by British artist Mark Lancelot Symons (1887-1935), titled Moving Day, circa 1929-1930, depicting his daughter in her empty room. Fans of Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 1881-1973) will be treated to an aquatint of The Moving Sands (1964) by the artist, published in 1966, by a painter …

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Company logos hold clues to product history – AgriNews

Company logos are a quick message to customers that identify a product on a store shelf or in a television advertisement explaining quality or improvements. Very few have been changed, but many have been updated for a more modern look. Clothing, hairstyles, and changes in lettering style made Morton’s Salt …

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Antiques Roadshow guest gapes as she learns secret message hidden on necklace

A guest on the ANTIQUES tour was left speechless after learning the secret message hidden on a necklace – and its enormous value. In a classic episode of the BBC show, expert Geoffrey Munn met a lady who had brought in a pristine Fabergé necklace. 3 An Antiques Roadshow guest …

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Antiques expert urges treasure seekers to seek out old game consoles that can sell for thousands

New TV antiques expert Angus Ashworth has urged treasure seekers to look for old games consoles in the attic rather than family china. Auctioneer Angus, 37, said early gaming computers, including Nintendos, can sell for £1,000 and ZX Spectrums up to £500 among middle-aged buyers with money money to resell. …

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BBC1’s Antiques Road Trip stops at Hugh Miller’s Birthplace Cottage and Museum in Cromarty in the latest show

Dr Alix Powers with the BBC’s David Harper. THE small screen beckons for a historic gem on the Black Isle today (Friday) when Hugh Miller’s Birthplace Cottage and Museum airs on the BBC. The Cromarty-based museum, which is run by the National Trust for Scotland, will feature in the latest …

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An Appropriate Swan Song: The Antiquities of Yenke Peddler

CLEVELAND, Ohio – We honor the Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. with our National Day Monday. Preaching was second nature to Dr. King, echoing the promise and hope for a better future. Take note of his famous “I have a dream” speech, as well as his final speech, “I’ve been …

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BBC Antiques Road Trip: Izzie Balmer’s Off-Camera Life of Very Private Love Life, Amazing Hidden Talent, and Most Expensive Sale

Any daytime TV fan will know the name of Izzie Balmer – Izzie has been a regular expert on the iconic BBC show Antiques Road Trip for several years. The 32-year-old antique expert and auctioneer has put his skills and expertise to good use on our screens, and has also …

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BBC Antiques Roadshow guest speechless over the true value of Beatles memorabilia

A principal had Beatles memorabilia at his school valued between £ 50,000 and £ 100,000. In a classic episode of the BBC’s Antiquities Roadshow, principal Anthony Wallersteiner of Stowe School – a £ 12,000-per-term Buckinghamshire public school – spoke about the collection to antiques expert Paul Atterbury. The collection includes …

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Antiquities Roadshow guest stunned by Georgian necklace rating | Television and radio | Show biz & TV

Antiques Roadshow host Fiona Bruce took BBC viewers on a festive journey on the iconic program’s Christmas special. The show featured updates on items seen on previous tours and unseen treasures from memorable episodes, including two guests who were surprised at the enormous value of their jewelry. Expert John Benjamin …

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The guest of Antiques Roadshow gasps “I must inform my insurer!” As he learns the breathtaking truth behind Beatles memories

A guest at the ANTIQUES Roadshow gasped “I have to tell my insurer!” after learning the mind-boggling truth behind some Beatles memorabilia. In a classic episode of the BBC show, expert Paul Atterbury met a man who owned a plethora of articles related to the famous Liverpudlian group. 2 Antiques …

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Coco Chanel: fashion designer, Nazi informant | Antiques roadshow

In the summer of 2021, when ANTIQUES ROADSHOW visited Wadsworth Mansion in Middletown, Connecticut, a guest named Georgiana brought a beautiful cuff bracelet that she said once belonged to her mother’s great-aunt, actress Helen. Hayes. Collectibles appraiser Laura Woolley informed Georgina that the bracelet was originally designed for the jewelry …

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BBC Antiques Road Trip: Natasha Raskin Sharp’s Husband She Met On Set, The One Thing They “Are Guilty” Of And How She Broke The Rules Of The BBC Show

When it comes to antiques, no one knows what TV presenter and antiques expert Natasha Raskin Sharp is. Natasha, 35, will be a familiar face to anyone who has enjoyed programs such as Antiques Road Trip, Bargain Hunt or Flog it! and she has many years of experience under her …

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Travel on the antiques route: did you know that Natasha Raskin Sharp has a famous father?

January 03, 2022 – 12:08 GMT Emmy griffiths Natasha Raskin Sharp’s father, Philip Raskin, helped her get interested in the antiques business! We like to watch Natasha Raskin Sharp show his incredible knowledge of antiques and art on Journey on the antiques route, but did you know that the star …

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Celebrate the New Year with Wheeling Antiques | News, Sports, Jobs

This pastel-hued portrait vase from Warwick is a recent find for a local collector. It is pink with aqua highlights and edged with gold. Downtown Wheeling has been at the forefront of many news with sewage and street improvements, more housing options, and an effort by many small businesses to …

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St. James’s Antiques Armory Now Available at Rowing Blazers – Robb Report

If you purchase an independently rated product or service through a link on our website, Robb Report may receive an affiliate commission. Since its inception in 2017, Rowing Blazers has partnered with idiosyncratic brands ranging from Warm & Wonderful to Murray’s Toggery Shop, making their products now accessible to a …

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Antiques sleuth answers readers’ questions, December 25, 2021 | Ancient information and history education

Shirley Temple Paper Dolls: I found this Shirley Temple paper dolls booklet in my late grandmother’s attic, in an old dresser drawer. It has never been used. I know Shirley Temple was a famous children’s movie star in the 1930s. There are three colored dolls, each a different size. The …

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The historic town of Berkshire with a world famous antique shop and one of the best Sunday roasts in the UK

There is nothing better than a hearty Sunday roast on a cold winter afternoon. And while London may have a lot of pubs, something about the country air makes it better. So why not take a day trip to find the best roast in the UK? READ MORE: London’s best …

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After the scent is gone, you still have the bottle

While it’s true that good things often come in small packages, it’s also true that the package can outlast the thing. This is the case of perfume bottles. Indeed, the whole idea of ​​glass bottles dates back to ancient Egypt and the need to store and transport perfume. The ancient …

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Collecting antiques can be a thirsty job, especially with tea sets like these!

I have a trivial Christmas lunch question for you: What long-running TV ad campaign was launched 65 years ago on Christmas Day 1956? It was the first advertisement featuring the chimpanzees from PG Tips. Still voted among the public’s favorite commercials, nearly twenty years after the chimpanzees retired, the campaign …

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Memorable moments for the joy of Christmas: Antiques by Yenke Peddler

CLEVELAND, Ohio – Merry Christmas everyone! Hopefully the merry will find its rightful place this year as we come together again. Years ago, minstrels and mummers brought merriment by singing and dancing across town on Christmas. Today, this tradition has been culturally adapted, as the settlers preferred a more respectful …

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Antiquités Roadshow expert in awe of the mask of Clarice Cliff with a “magical” story | Television and radio | Show biz & TV

Antiques Roadshow visited the National Maritime Museum in Falmouth for a previous episode of the hit BBC show. Antiques expert Steven Moore was in awe when a guest brought a unique Clarice Cliff mask to the show. The owner revealed that the mask has a special history within her family. …

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Put some music on your vacation

If you plan to sing along this holiday season, someone should bring a piano. Or maybe a guitar. As we all know, Santa Claus can never carry a melody. Nonetheless, vintage musical instruments have long been a popular category for collectors, and the range of options is nearly endless. Let’s …

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Mechanical Tin Bank featured Bonzo the dog

This vintage bank is easy to date. It’s a type of tin bank that’s no longer popular, and the dog decorating the front was a comic book star from the 1920s to the 1940s. It is the first famous Bonzo. A living dog by this name rose to fame in …

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BBC Celebrity Antiques Road Trip: AJ Pritchard’s Life of Famous Family, Dancing Girlfriend and Pop Star ‘Romance’

AJ Pritchard, 27, is a familiar face on our screens, known for his work as a professional dancer in the classic BBC program Come dance strictly. Over the past few years, AJ’s career has grown steadily. The pro dancer then appeared on I’m a celebrity … Get me out of …

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Colonial Williamsburg to host antiques forum

Chart table, Charleston, South Carolina, 1805-1815, museum purchase (Courtesy Colonial Williamsburg) WILLIAMSBURG – The Colonial Williamsburg (CW) Foundation is preparing to hold its 74th annual Antiquities Forum at the end of this winter. From February 25 to March 1, 2022, the forum will explore a theme of “Virtue and Vice” …

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Antiques Roadshow guest stunned by the value of Shakespeare’s £ 5 hidden painting | Television and radio | Show biz & TV

During a classic episode of Antiquities Roadshow, expert Phillip Mold was delighted to discover a painting of the poet William Shakespeare, which had been covered over by a portrait of author Charlotte Bronte. He then appraised the painting which was originally purchased for just £ 5. “We have a saying …

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Celebrity Antiques Road Trip: Lucy Porter’s wedding to a famous actor who starred in Endeavor

One of the celebrities appearing on this season of Celebrity Antiques Roadshow is comedian and actress Lucy Porter, famous for appearing on panel shows like Will I Lie to You? as well as on the Radio 4 panels. After starting out as a journalist, Croydon-born Lucy, 48, found her true …

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Safety razors are a well-established subject

Has there ever been something so misnamed as safety razors? More secure than what? For decades, men have gone to work with small pieces of tissue attached to their faces to stop the bleeding. Nonetheless, as city work increased in the early 1900s and beards fell out of favor, safety …

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BBC Celebrity Antiques Roadtrip: Edith Bowman’s rockstar husband and why being a breakfast DJ is so unhealthy

Edith Bowman has been in and around television and radio for two decades now since she burst onto the scene presenting MTV News and then Top of the Pops. Since then she has become an established BBC Radio 1 DJ and has presented a number of different music programs and …

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Antiques fair expert floored as guest first presents unpublished D-Day article

ANTIQUES Roadshow expert Jon Baddeley was shocked after a guest presented an unreleased D-Day article. Fiona Bruce and the team organized Antiques Roadshow in Farnborough, where visitors flocked to discover the value of their most precious possessions. 3 Roadshow Antiques expert Jon Baddeley was shocked in a recent episode 3 …

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Ornate antiques at the home office for his wife, Prithi

The versatile Indian cricketer Ravichandran Ashwin has bowled many famous cricketers on the pitch. On top of that, this tall and dark handsome dude wove magic into the hearts of many women but lost his own heart to Prithi Narayanan. Ace India cross-thread Ravichandran Ashwin, who isn’t short on self-confidence …

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Antiques Roadshow Guest Refuses To Sell D-Day Artifact After Staggering Appraisal | Television and radio | Show biz & TV

Fiona Bruce and the team organized Antiques Roadshow in Farnborough, where visitors flocked to discover the value of their most precious possessions. In a recent episode of the BBC show, fine art auctioneer Jon Baddeley was visibly impressed by a wartime ad that had been submitted for review. The object …

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Antiques: The Fascinating History of Coca Cola

I actually enjoyed it so much that I also had a dry February. The following year, because so many people were drying out in January, I stayed wet, well wet is probably a better description. This year I am faced with a dilemma, as our Christmas guest list runs until …

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This $ 1 Ocampo HR has arrived at the “Antiques Roadshow”

Last week, we stumbled across an Instagram post by New York-based Filipino artist Jevijoe Vitug featuring a painting of him appearing next to an HR Ocampo at a collector’s ancestral home. Unfortunately, he said, people in the United States are not very familiar with the works of the “Modernist master” …

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BBC Celebrity Antiques Road Trip: Sam Thompson’s Net worth and Love Island Girlfriend

Celebrity Journey on the antiques route continues on BBC Two tonight as another pair of famous faces scour the UK in search of lucrative antiques. The latest series saw celebrities such as broadcast legend Eamonn Holmes, Countdown co-host Rachel Riley and former professional Strictly Come Dancing Pasha Kovalev hit the …

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Road Trip Antiques Expert Gets Matching TATTOO with Towie’s Pete Wicks in Shocking Moment on Celebrity Special

PETE Wicks will receive matching tattoos with a 74-year-old antiques expert in a shocking moment on the Celebrity Antiques Road Trip tonight. Friday night’s episode of the BBC’s hit factual series will see Pete inked after spending “an amazing few days” with Margie Cooper while filming. 4 Pete Wicks Stunned …

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“Schemes in Antiques” leads year-end Chinese film season

A new film based on a famous novel with a fresh take on the antiques business will be released in early December, topping the year-end film season. The cast of “Schemes in Antiques” pose for a group photo at the film’s Beijing premiere on November 28, 2021. [Photo courtesy of …

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BBC Celebrity Antiques Road Trip: The 33-year-old wedding of Martin and Shirlie Kemp and their even more famous son

Martin Kemp, 60, is a highly regarded musician and actor known as the bassist for Spandau Ballet and for playing the role of Steve Owen in the BBC soap opera EastEnders. Given Martin’s success and popularity, over the years he has amassed a large and dedicated fan base who enjoys …

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Celebrity Antiques Roadtrip: Martin Kemp on the more famous son and his 30-year marriage to a popstar

Martin Kemp has a long history of his family’s involvement in his success, hitting hard with his brother and lead guitarist Gary as the bassist of the Spandau Ballet in the 1980s. The Highbury-born star has a long history of working with various members of her family, starting with her …

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Monday night my homework for antiques | Thomasville weather

Click here to listen to this article! I consider Monday night to be my homework night. I still watch the Antiques Roadshow on PBS. I learn something each time even though the episodes are reruns. It was there that I learned that there is a collector for every object known …

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BBC Antiques Roadshow: Top 7 Reviews Featured Will Leave You Stunned | Television and radio | Show biz & TV

The Antiques Roadshow has exhibited some of the UK’s most precious gemstones since 1979. There are winners and losers, with some hopefuls being told their possessions are worth next to nothing – but sometimes an unsuspecting collector will bring back an item. ‘worth several million. . England Cup A retired …

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Pottery vase by Vally Wieselthier – AgriNews

Artists often create works in many different mediums – ceramics, painting, sculpture, jewelry, and even metalwork. After World War I, many artists traveled to different countries and schools to learn new “looks” and new techniques. England, France, Germany and Scandinavia were prominent art centers. Vally Wieselthier (1895-1945) was famous in …

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Antiques: The Lights of Hanukkah

As summer fades from view, it signals that the holidays are squarely in sight. We’ve been through the weirdness of Halloween before and are now loosening our belts in preparation for some serious year-end eating. First, Hanukkah, let’s take a look at its most iconic symbol: the menorah. While most …

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