Antiques Roadshow Season 14
S14 E01Jan 5, 2010
Raleigh, Hour 1 Jan 5, 2010 A 1920 Arts & Crafts desk and lamp; a rare circa 1960 Gibson Double 12 Electric Guitar; and a set of four high-value Chinese carved jade objects.
S14 E02Jan 12, 2010
Raleigh, Hour 2 Jan 12, 2010 Part 2 of 3 in Raleigh features the work of 19th-century furniture maker Thomas Day at the North Carolina Museum of History. Appraised items include a bottle case and stand that date to about 1800, an 1812 needlework sampler and a 1985 Andrew Wyeth watercolor.
S14 E03Jan 19, 2010
Raleigh, Hour 3 Jan 19, 2010 Conclusion. A visit to the Museum of the Cape Fear in Fayetteville, N.C., highlights Civil War-era weapons that were made in North Carolina. Objects appraised include items related to Martin Luther King Jr.'s 1966 visit to Durham and an heirloom table that may have ties to Thomas Jefferson.
S14 E04Jan 26, 2010
Atlantic City (1) Jan 26, 2010 A Walt Whitman memoir inscribed by the author; a late-19th-century bronze and marble statue by French sculptor Albert Ernest Carrier Belleuse; and an oil painting by 19th-century Canadian artist Cornelius Krieghoff.
S14 E05Feb 2, 2010
Atlantic City (2) Feb 2, 2010 Part 2 of 3 in Atlantic City features Enrico Caruso memorabilia and a pair of heirloom boxwood and ivory figurines that may be worth $400,000. Also: the market for bathing-beauty figurines is discussed.
S14 E06Feb 9, 2010
Atlantic City (3) Feb 9, 2010 The conclusion of the Atlantic City stop highlights a 1900 folk-art sculpture; a baseball autographed by the 1934 New York Yankees; and an early 20th-century landscape painting by artist George Bellows (1882-1925) that's valued at $150,000. Also: pearls are discussed during a visit to Dock's Oyster House.
S14 E07Feb 16, 2010
Madison (1) Feb 16, 2010 An Art Deco charm bracelet; an heirloom 1938 Martin D-18; and an angry 1976 letter from Frank Sinatra to Chicago Daily News columnist Mike Royko.
S14 E08Feb 23, 2010
Madison (2) Feb 23, 2010 Part 2 of 3 in Madison, Wis., features photos taken by noted photographer Edward Weston (1886-1958) that were taken in the late 1930s or early '40s; a table made by master furniture-maker George Nakashima (1905-90); and a silver, enamel and turquoise-studded exhibition piece that was crafted by Tiffany for the 1893 Columbian Exhibition in Chicago. Also, the theft of artifacts from the Wisconsin Historical Society is investigated.
S14 E09Mar 2, 2010
Madison (3) Mar 2, 2010 Conclusion. In Madison, Wis., items include a turn-of-the-century Japanese bamboo sculpture, Edwardian pearl earrings with art deco pendants and an oil painting by 19th-century artist Thomas Hill that's valued at $60,000 to $80,000. Also: a visit to Wisconsin's House of the Rock, which was built on and around a chimney rock is filled with antiques and collectibles.
S14 E10Mar 30, 2010
Denver (1) Mar 30, 2010 A poster of the famous Wright Flyer airplane; a first edition copy of William Faulkner's Sartoris; and an heirloom collection of jewelry that includes a diamond ring crafted by "Jeweler to the Stars" Paul Flato.
S14 E11Apr 6, 2010
Denver (2) Apr 6, 2010 Part 2 of 3 in Denver features a Dodgers jersey worn by Don Drysdale, a 17th-century Massachusetts armchair and an 1817 schoolgirl needlework family portrait. Also: the unclaimed property office of the Colorado state treasurer is visited.
S14 E12Apr 13, 2010
Denver (3) Apr 13, 2010 Two circa 1958 prototype chairs designed by the guest's father; a salesman's sample canoe; and a 1941 Martin guitar, played by the guest's great-uncle.
S14 E13Apr 20, 2010
Phoenix (1) Apr 20, 2010 A circa 1905 advertising display for waterproof baby pants; a 1797 Chippendale marriage chest; and a collection of original Charles Schulz "Peanuts" artwork.
S14 E14Apr 27, 2010
Phoenix (2) Apr 27, 2010 Part 2 of 3 in Phoenix includes a 1982 bronze maquette by sculptor Henry Moore, an heirloom amethyst jewelry collection and an early abstract painting by noted modern artist Chuck Close that's valued at $100,000 to $150,000. Also: a visit to Phoenix' Desert Botanical Garden, where antique botanical artwork is discussed.
S14 E15May 4, 2010
Phoenix (3) May 4, 2010 Conclusion. In Phoenix, items include a violin made by the Gagliano family in Naples in the early 1800s and a violin bow made in Jean-Baptiste Vuillaume's shop in France, with the pair's value estimated to be between $72,000 and $94,000. Also: a visit to the Heard Museum, where American Indian basketry is discussed.
S14 E16May 11, 2010
San Jose (1) May 11, 2010 Part 1 of 3 in San Jose features a Tlingit bowl and ladle that were procured by the owner's great-great-grandfather in 1877 Alaska. Also: a visit to the Winchester Mystery House, an odd mansion built by Winchester Rifle heiress Sarah Winchester.
S14 E17May 18, 2010
San Jose (2) May 18, 2010 A painting by the German genre painter Carl Herpfer.
S14 E18May 25, 2010
San Jose (3) May 25, 2010 Conclusion. In San Jose, a collection of Great Basin baskets are appraised. Also: a visit to Stanford University's Hoover Institution highlights its large collection of political posters and explores the origins of Uncle Sam