Series devoted to saving treasured heirlooms from the scrapheap, restoring them to their former glory and maybe even making some money at auction
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Furniture restorer Tim Akers revives some 300-year-old battle-scarred chairs.
Eric Knowles and his intrepid team of expert restorers travel to Blenheim Palace.
Pottery fanatic Roger Hawkins loses his heart to a 300-year-old Bellamine jug.
A sickly Victorian doll proves to be a troublesome patient at Chatsworth House.
Rod Titian has his hands full fixing a badly damaged Victorian balloon back chair.
Tim Akers wonders if the writing’s on the wall for a lovely Victorian desk.
Roger Hawkins comes up against his worst nightmare – an exploding Crown Derby vase.
Roger Hawkins performs delicate surgery on some fragile 20th-century figurines.
Furniture expert Tim Akers tries to resurrect a pair of water-damaged Edwardian chairs.
The team deal with a Madras painting that looks distinctly off colour.
Tim Akers does everything he can to revive a wonderful Victorian writing box.
The items featured in this edition include a 17th-century portrait and a Victorian cot.
paper conservator Louise Drover looks at a bruised and battered boxing print.
Rod Titian revives a 17th century tortoiseshell snuff box that hides a remarkable secret.
Malcolm Green takes on the challenge of bringing a 19th century oak clock back to life.
Roger Hawkins revives some unusual fish-shaped stone water bottles.
Rod Titian helps a local museum to save a fantastic Victorian Noah's Ark.
Tim Akers hopes to restore the spirits of an Edwardian Tiffany cocktail tray.
Barry Witmond tries to shake new life into a wonderful Victorian baby rattle.