Join KCPT for a day of exploration and surprises. Support KCPT and you and a companion can bring up to 3 items for evaluation and appraisal on Saturday, April 21, 2012 at the Overland Park Convention Center. Choose morning or afternoon sessions and begin looking around the house and Aunt Mildred’s for items to learn more about.
Where better for ANTIQUES ROADSHOW and appraiser Kevin Zavian to dive into the subject of pearls than at Dock’s Oyster House in Atlantic City, New Jersey? Highlights include a fanciful circa 1900 folk art sculpture; a 1934 New York Yankees team-signed baseball; and an early 20th-century landscape painting by George Bellows, one of America’s greatest artists, passed down in the Bellows family and valued at $150,000.
Watch Monday, November 21, 2011 at 7pm.
An ANTIQUES ROADSHOW special edition, “Tasty Treasures” celebrates the season with a cornucopia of appetizing antiques and delectable collectibles for and about eating and drinking. Plucked from ROADSHOW’s appraisal archive, highlights include a coveted stainless steel 1930s meat serving cart that saw decades of use at a Reno, Nevada, casino; a rare toy coffee service made of 18th-century British porcelain; and an heirloom Tlingit Indian oil bowl and ladle, acquired by the owner’s great-great-grandfather during a military posting to Sitka, Alaska, in 1877, valued at a jaw-dropping $250,000 to $300,000.
Watch Monday, November 14, 2011 at 7pm.
Just when you thought ANTIQUES ROADSHOW couldn’t possibly have more great discoveries to share, comes this special edition. “Junk in the Trunk” is a new episode of never-before-seen appraisals from ROADSHOW’s 2011 season. Highlights include one of a set of six inherited chairs, made 50 years ago by a furniture designer who also did commissions for Aristotle Onassis; a rare and extensive collection of WWII prison camp materials that posthumously established a glider pilot’s eligibility for a medal from the U.S. Department of Defense; and a drawing and lithograph by iconic American artist Grant Wood, as well as a trunk containing some of his possessions, acquired by the owner from Wood’s aunt and valued at $14,000 to $22,000.
Watch Monday, November 7, 2011 at 7pm.