Record Find For Antiques Roadshow
July 27, 2011 by staff
Record Find For Antiques Roadshow, A collection of Chinese cups carved rhinoceros horn has become the most valuable find in the history of 16 years of the television program “Antiques Roadshow”en the United States. The five cups believed to date from the late 18 17 or earlier and reached a value of 1 – 1.5 million and Saturday after being taken to the TV at a stop in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
The owner, who prefers to remain anonymous, told Asia-arts expert Lark Mason began collecting cups low cost in the 1970′s and had no idea of?? The current value of the collection. Chinese antiques have been fetching high prices in recent years, dramatically increasing the value of the collection. “As we continue our journey 16th production season here in Tulsa, could not be more excited about this extraordinary treasure, rare, and are eager to share with the nation,”said executive producer Marsha Bemko in a statement Monday. Three episodes produced from the Tulsa event will air the program, which airs on PBS sometime in 2012. The second highest appraised value of U.S. Antiquities recorded a collection of dishes Roadshow””fue Chinese jade carving, which is estimated to be worth up to 1.07 million, y. They were discovered in Raleigh, North Carolina in 2009.
“Antiques Roadshow”que began as a television series in Britain in 1979 and has several international versions.
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