Fiona Bruce – BBC Antiques Roadshow ©BBC
A chandelier found in Hitler’s bunker, a tie-pin possibly connected to Lord Nelson and a Staffordshire creamware pot that sat on top of a wardrobe for 25 years, yet was worth £14,300…just some of the Antiques Roadshow discoveries made so far.
The show’s back on the road and coming to Barrington Court in Somerset on Thursday 18 September. Entrance to the Roadshow is free, and it’s open from 9.30am to 4.30pm.So take a peek in the attic, look in the garage or think again about that piece on the sideboard inherited from granny.
Presenter Fiona Bruce, now in her seventh year with the Roadshow, said: “Every episode is different – a new location and thousands of new visitors. The only constant is the pleasure of the unexpected – we never know what will turn up, from a dazzling Russian Fabergé egg to an ancient Maori feather holder.” Continue reading…