Antiques Roadshow Season 10
S10 E01Jan 3, 1988
Series 10, Worcester Jan 3, 1988 "So Is It a Buttersworth?" (Actually, No.) After further research, a handsome marine painting initially attributed to 19th-century artist James E. Buttersworth is found instead to be the work of Antonio Jacobsen
S10 E02Jan 10, 1988
Series 10, Great Yarmouth Jan 10, 1988 Seed Pearl Jewelry: Jewelry appraiser Jeanenne Bell explains "seed pearls."
S10 E03Jan 15, 1988
Behind The Scenes Special Jan 15, 1988 Pietra Dura: "Rock Art". This stunning work of stone inlay is so intricate, at first the expert mistook it for a painting. More on the history of this impressive technique.
S10 E04Jan 17, 1988
Series 10, Ventnor Jan 17, 1988 Next of Kiln: The Overbeck Sisters. The story of a group of sisters who were married to their art.
S10 E05Jan 24, 1988
Series 10, Bradford Jan 24, 1988 Orange Crate Labels: Rudy Franchi appraises an extensive collection of orange crate labels that had been harvested for 12 years. Rudy says they're worth $1,000 to $2,000 each and values the entire collection at $25,000 to $30,000.
S10 E06Jan 31, 1988
Series 10, Cambridge Jan 31, 1988 Firing Miss Daisy: What Happened at Wedgwood? Daisy Makeig-Jones, designer of Wedgwood's famed Fairyland Lustre Pottery, was sacked in 1932, because "she got a bit out of hand." But what really happened?
S10 E07Feb 7, 1988
Series 10, Glasgow Feb 7, 1988 The Law of Antiquities: Legal to own? Legal to buy? Legal to sell? But what about the ethics? More on the law governing American antiquities.
S10 E08Feb 14, 1988
Series 10, Cardiff Feb 14, 1988 Victorian Insect Collage: Gary Espinosa appraises a one-of-a-kind insect collage made during the Victorian period in England. He estimates its auction value at $2,000 to $3,000.
S10 E09Feb 21, 1988
Series 10, Chelmsford Feb 21, 1988 Charles Schulz Art: Philip Weiss appraises a collection of original art by "Peanuts" artist Charles Shulz, given to the owner as a gift by Schulz himself. Included is a group of daily comic strips from 1961 that feature Charlie Brown in every frame.
S10 E10Feb 28, 1988
Series 10, Middlesborough Feb 28, 1988 School of Mines Pottery: Learn the basics of collecting this enduring art pottery from the University of North Dakota.
S10 E11Mar 6, 1988
Series 10, Belfast Mar 6, 1988 Breaking Down Your Fender (Don't Try This at Home): Is it really okay to take the neck off your Fender guitar?
S10 E12Mar 13, 1988
Series 10, Maidenhead Mar 13, 1988 Dakota, Lakota, Nakota: Languages of the Sioux: More on the languages of the American Plains Indians.
S10 E13Mar 20, 1988
Series 10, Sheffield Mar 20, 1988 Appraiser John Delaney unwinds with the Providence Globe clock.
Providence (2) Is This the Real Rudolph? Ho-Ho-Hold on a minute! Are these the real Rudolph and Santa puppets from the TV Christmas classic?
Providence (3) Bellamy Eagles: When Values Soar. In 2005 this carved eagle plaque was appraised for roughly $40,000. Now it's probably worth over $100,000. What happened?