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Antiques Roadshow presenter baffled as couple clash over BINNING mint condition Chinese vases

COUPLE bicker on Antiques Roadshow as the husband accuses the wife for “throwing away” Chinese ceramic vases in “perfect condition.”

The BBC show took a visit to Kenilworth Castle in the Midlands.


Expert Lee Young was very interested by the couple’s unique ceramic vases[/caption]


The guest accused his wife for wanting to throw them away[/caption]

Expert Lee Young was very impressed by the married couple’s “attractive vases.”

Lee talked about how well decorated they were in coral red, butterflies and lotus flowers.

He guessed they were made from the Republican period.

When Lee asked the couple if they liked them, the husband said: “I like them.”

But, the wife said: “I don’t particularly like them.”

The male guest interrupted: “She tried to throw them away.”

But the female guest protested: “I didn’t. I tried to auction it for £300 for the pair. But then I heard the story and I pulled it off from the action and they was interest.”

Lee estimated at auction the vases would bring £600 to £800.

The couple was pleasantly shocked and the husband said “Wow. Great. Good job you didn’t throw them away.”

Elsewhere in the episode, a guest was left open-mouthed after an evaluation of her Japanese silverware from the late nineteenth century.

She presented sugar tongs which expert valued them at £300 – £500.

And for the whole set, it was worth £2500 to £3000, leaving the guest smiling from ear to ear.

Antiques Roadshow is available to watch on BBC iPlayer.

The ceramic Chinese vases

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