An antidote to throwaway culture, The Repair Shop shines a light on the wonderful treasures to be found in homes across the country.
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In the repair shop, a Gothic clock, a wooden flying fish and an accordion are restored.
A piano stool, a vintage telephone and a magic lantern are restored.
A highly-prized Davenport desk, a travel clock and some daleks are restored.
A Victorian garden gnome, an antique helmet and a treasured music box are restored.
The team work on a 19th-century Italian chair, a shattered Lurcat vase and a jewellery box
A painting, a beloved painted plaque and a Japanese lacquered jewellery box are restored.
The team fix up royal Worcester vases, the Cirencester village clock and a hay press.
The team fix a clapping monkey, a Victorian travelling box and a Wurlitzer jukebox.
A grandfather clock, a Royal Barum ware vase and a much-loved bear are restored.
A 100-year-old rocking chair, an engraved seashell and a ceramic bulldog are restored.
The shop fixes up a Victorian cuckoo clock, a 70s bowl and a 200-year-old sea chest.
The team restores a perforated painting, a Granny's cabinet and a teapot.
The team rescues a Cornish museum sign, an old banger and a very special teddy.
An antique barometer, a pair of rowing oars and a poorly pinball machine are restored.
The repair shop handles a toy boat, a vintage gramophone and a doll.