At the tip, Sarah Moore saves three things from being dumped, transforms them into bespoke and valuable pieces, then returns the profits back to the people who threw the items away.
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Sarah Moore rescues a granite worktop, a scientific microscope and some wire mesh.
Sarah saves some dining room chairs, a set of carpentry moulding planes and a tin chest.
Sarah finds a pair of brown chairs, a hall unit and a collection of vintage spectacles.
Sarah finds an old card table, a lightweight wardrobe and a bag of vintage clothes.
Sarah finds a set of wrought iron gates, a chest of drawers and a wad of sheep's wool.
Sarah Moore saves a set of stools and an oak table at Walsall Recycling Centre.
Sarah saves an enamel lightshade, a battered 1970s sideboard and a 1930s Lloyd Loom chair.
Sarah Moore finds a mahogany dining table, a blonde Ercol sofa and a Tri-ang doll's house.
Sarah rescues some military bags, some old pipes and a collection of vintage saws.
Sarah Moore finds a boring old bookcase, four oak chairs and some old wallpaper.
Sarah rescues some colourful suede hides, a vintage radio and a set of microphone stands.
Jay Blades saves a laundry basket, a tired reclining chair and an oak writing bureau.
Jay Blades finds a battered blue suitcase, a red wing-back chair and a Formica tabletop.
Sarah Moore finds an old wall cabinet, a pair of metal bench ends and a fashion mannequin.
Among Sarah Moore's finds are pile of old floorboards and a wooden tea trolley.
Sarah Moore finds an Arts and Crafts-style bench, a leather sofa and a Victorian cabinet.
Jay Blades saves four kitchen chairs, some metal shoe lasts and a leather chair.
Sarah Moore rescues a three-piece suite, an old oak beam and a pair of wooden legs.
Sarah Moore finds an old WWII field telephone, metal poles and an Edwardian single bed.
Jay Blades rescues three items from the recycling centre in Walsall.
Norman Wilkinson attempts to transform a dressing table into stylish furniture.
Will Josh and Oli put their own spin on a copper hopper funnel saved from the skip?
Lighting expert Guy Trench tries to salvage a rusty red lathe.
Bag maker Neil Wragg has to use all of his creativity to rethink an old bicycle.
A Singer sewing machine, an old record player and a decorative swan planter are revamped.
Sarah Moore rescues a pair of deckchair frames, a wooden vice, boxes and a sideboard.
Mark Haig stamps his style on a collection of mini TVs.
Designer Daniel Heath turns an artist's easel into a man's vanity unit.
Reclamation duo the Junk Gypsies try to turn a pair of teak legs into something stunning.
Sarah Moore gets to work on some floral fabric picked up at the tip.