Full Episode | ANTIQUES ROADSHOW | Cheekwood Estate & Gardens, Hour 1 | PBS

Full Episode | ANTIQUES ROADSHOW | Cheekwood Estate & Gardens, Hour 1 | PBS

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Watch charming appraisals from Cheekwood Estate & Gardens in Nashville, TN including an 1880 Celia Thaxter hand-painted vase, a Louis Rice-designed Skyscraper coffee and tea service, a 1964 Presidential Rolex with the box and papers, a Mary Elizabeth Price painted screen, ca. 1925, a 1996 Beverly Buchanan mixed-media Shack Assemblage, a retro Bachmann electric train set, a 2010 Frederick J. Brown Going Home quadriptych, a Civil War field surgeon’s kit, Porter Wagoner & Marty Robbins suits designed by Nudie Cohn, a mid-century modern Charles & Ray Eames Herman Miller rocker, a W. T. Grant Sit-in lunch counter stool, ca. 1960, an antique emerald, diamond and gold necklace, 1960 Mercury Capsule operations manuals, a World Trade Center bus stop poster, ca. 1987, a Julius Rappoport silver rabbit figurine, ca. 1880, a ledger with enslaved persons records, a 1999 Donald Baechler Salzburg #11 drawing, and a vintage Olga Fisch Caballito rug. Which is valued at $60,000-$80,000?

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00:00 Open
01:21 1880 Celia Thaxter Hand-painted Vase
04:20 1996 Beverly Buchanan Mixed-media Shack Assemblage
07:28 Bachmann Electric Train Set, ca. 1980
07:55 Charles & Ray Eames Herman Miller Rocker, ca. 1960
08:14 W. T. Grant Sit-in Lunch Counter Stool, ca. 1960
12:01 Louis Rice-designed Skyscraper Coffee & Tea Service, ca. 1928
16:13 2010 Frederick J. Brown Going Home Quadriptych
19:46 Refinished German Fiddle, ca. 1890
20:18 1960 Mercury Capsule Operations Manuals
23:35 World Trade Center Bus Stop Poster, ca. 1987
26:22 Emerald, Diamond & Gold Necklace, ca. 1895
28:29 Commemorative Carved Pipe, ca. 1860
28:46 Civil War Field Surgeon’s Kit
29:12 Julius Rappoport Silver Rabbit Figurine, ca. 1880
32:47 Ledger with Enslaved Persons Records
36:08 Child’s Wooden Carriage, ca. 1890
36:23 Porter Wagoner & Marty Robbins Nudie Suits, ca. 1970
36:40 1964 Presidential Rolex with Box & Papers
39:23 1999 Donald Baechler Salzburg #11 Drawing
42:35 Wood Rocking Horse, ca. 1915
43:26 Olga Fisch Caballito Rug, ca. 1975
46:29 Mary Elizabeth Price Painted Screen, ca. 1925
50:56 Feedback Booth


  1. vjhreeves on February 14, 2023 at 4:06 am

    Did the lady with the Victorian emerald necklace actually hear the price the appraiser gave her?!? For a $6 find she did not seem at all incredulous to learn it was worth over $50,000!

  2. Gerry Nightingale on February 14, 2023 at 4:08 am

    *I DO NOT want to hear about some guy talking about his ‘Husband’ as-if it were normal and acceptable because no male can EVER be a ‘Husband’ with another male*
    *ONLY A MALE AND FEMALE CAN BE ‘HUSBAND & WIFE’ no matter what ‘Roadshows’ Gang of Homosexuals’ says or any other organization of any type decrees or expounds on*

  3. John Smith on February 14, 2023 at 4:08 am

    Can’t believe the lack of reaction from the lady with the emerald and gold necklace.

  4. Tsadik Kaplan on February 14, 2023 at 4:17 am

    Highlight: WTC poster
    Lowlight: a summer day camp art project from 1996 estimated at $10,000+ (look mommy I put buttons all over the cardboard)

  5. vjhreeves on February 14, 2023 at 4:17 am

    I am an abstract mixed media artist. But even I had to roll my eyes at the button-covered shack sculpture and its appraisal. It was made in 1996. Not like it’s from the early 20th c. I am not a fan of hearing people say "my kindergartner could do that" when referring to an abstract painting like a Pollock, but in the case of this sculpture, I find that particular review to be accurate.

  6. Nicolettes Hobbies on February 14, 2023 at 4:18 am

    The Towers poster, immediately brought me to tears. Such a breathtaking piece of art history.

  7. c j on February 14, 2023 at 4:21 am

    Charming, colorful "ugly" isn’t what comes to mind when I see that vase.

  8. Litigious Society on February 14, 2023 at 4:25 am

    Surprising that those nudie suits weren’t in a featured segment given how valuable they were.

  9. Donna T on February 14, 2023 at 4:30 am

    I absolutely loved that first vase! It was absolutely beautiful.

  10. Ryan B. on February 14, 2023 at 4:34 am

    WOO! Best time of the week again!

  11. Aidan Mouellic on February 14, 2023 at 4:36 am

    That thrift store got robbed! A rather muted reaction for something worth 60k that she paid 6 bucks for, insane.

  12. Aidan Mouellic on February 14, 2023 at 4:36 am

    That first vase featuring the butterflies is beautiful, I thought she was joking when she called it ugly.

  13. Linda Kokinda on February 14, 2023 at 4:44 am

    10 to 15 ceents maybe

  14. Emma Hardesty on February 14, 2023 at 4:51 am

    Always enjoy Roadshow but do wish the commentator didn’t sound like a child. Distracting.

  15. Deana on February 14, 2023 at 4:52 am

    This show has changed. It used to have real people w real antiques. Now…too much fake propaganda. Who owns this company…really??

  16. RJ Fisher on February 14, 2023 at 4:54 am

    The dude with the silver set, stated “my husband” blah blah blah. Did you all hear that? A guy, said, “my husband!” How absolutely disgusting! You know, I once heard my sister in law make this statement, in reference to the sexual preference of her two young boys. I think the oldest was seven or eight. “I don’t care what their preference is when they get older, as long as they’re happy.” I called her out as a liar. She doubled down and insisted that she just wanted her “boys to be happy.” I asked her, “what if happiness came by way of a preference for, say, cows?” “Well that’s different,” she insisted. No, no it’s not. I asked her if she would be happy for her sons if they found sexual happiness by way of screwing cows. She protested, claiming that cows can’t consent. I agreed, and as the owner of these animals, we are in charge of their consent. If consent was an issue and cows could give, or revoke consent? McDonalds would be out of business! After all, what cow would consent to becoming a hamburger? So, the bottom line is, no parent anywhere on planet Earth wants to have a fruit for a son. I’m just being honest. A father’s worst nightmare is his son coming home from college with a “boyfriend” and his daughter coming home from college with a black boyfriend. Nobody admits this stuff but it’s 100% true.

  17. Linda Kokinda on February 14, 2023 at 4:56 am

    The vase is beautiful the button house is ugly for sure

  18. Marcel Audubon on February 14, 2023 at 4:58 am

    A Roadshow without David Walker is like a bicycle without a front wheel

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