Experts invite members of the public to bring along their antiques for examination. Hosted by Fiona Bruce.
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Treasures include a rare jade pendant, a painting by DH Lawrence and a collection of hats.
Treasures include a harp, a Liberty necklace and a mysterious piece of wood.
Treasures include a valuable Wemyss piglet and a collection of ceramic grotesque birds.
Treasures include a racing car sign, an art deco mask and a jacket worn by John F Kennedy.
Treasures include a collection of items relating to deafness and a musical hummingbird.
Treasures include a diamond tiara, a giant telescope and a ceramic pot by Pablo Picasso.
Treasures include an 18th-century bottle, a mirror and a collection of medals.
Treasures include a curiosity that celebrates the work of author Charles Dickens.
Treasures include a previously unseen account of the sinking of the Titanic.
Treasures include an 18th century box engraved with a secret code and a cigarette case.
Antiques Roadshow devotes an entire episode to celebrating the art and culture of India.
Fiona Bruce visits the Royal Hall in Harrogate, where treasures include a sporting icon.
In Harrogate, Yorkshire, a little ink drawing could be by Pablo Picasso.
At Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, 'the ugly pot' carries a highly attractive value.
At Mark Hill values a pop art jacket designed by Sir Peter Blake.
Treasures include a brooch that belonged to flying ace Amy Johnson.
Objects of interest include a pair of pistols used to protect the Royal Mail.
Finds include a very early movie camera and a dagger with a gruesome past.