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Charlotte Bronte's hair found in ring revealed at Antiques Roadshow in North Wales The attic find is likely to have belonged to the world-famous author, according to the expert on the show filmed in Wrexham.

Round Town: comedy, wine and antiques Here are some of the events happening Round Town this weekend. Star City Comedy Club featuring Chris Kattan. Blacksburg Fork and Cork. Earth Day Celebration. Wolfbane Productions present Cabaret. Southwest Virginia Antique Flea Market and Swap Meet. Copyright 2019 by WSLS 10 - All rights reserved.

My Personal 'Antiques Roadshow' Several bulky, sentimental pieces had belonged to my grandma, part of a shopping spree on her one trip home to visit her family in Hungary in 1929, two decades after immigrating alone to the United States. It was the last time she saw her family. The Nazis saw to that.

Charlotte Brontë's hair 'found in ring' on Antiques Roadshow A lock of braided hair in a ring discovered in a Welsh attic is "very likely" to have been the hair of Charlotte Brontë, according to the Brontë Society. The ring came to light on the latest episode of Antiques Roadshow, filmed in Erddig, in north Wales.

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Ring taken to Antiques Roadshow is 'very likely' to contain Charlotte Bronte's hair The intricately-made piece of jewellery is inscribed on the inside with Brontë's name and the year of her death, 1855, and opens at a hinge to reveal a lock of braided hair. The Brontë Society, based in Yorkshire, said it was 'very likely' to have belonged to the celebrated writer.

Charlotte Brontë's hair found in ring on Antiques Roadshow, say experts Ring discovered in attic and presented on TV show contains braid of author’s hair and was probably made to mark her death.

Heart shape necklace has enduring appeal An antique necklace, still in its original heart shaped box, is one of the lots going under the hammer in a Dorset auction next month. The necklace, dating to the Edwardian era, is in unmarked gold, although the auctioneer believes the gold is 15ct, with seed pearls and peridots in the art nouveau style.

Ceramics auction offers leading names The auction includes a single collection of works gathered by the artist and gallerist George Kyriacou, that has focused on a fascination with the dialogue between contemporary ceramicists, ancient oriental ceramics and classical antiquities.

Victorian mourning dress in Cotswolds sale A Victorian mourning dress in silk is among the lots going under the hammer at an auction of vintage fashion in the Cotswolds next month. The lilac half-mourning dress is expected to achieve between £100 to £150 at the auction at Moore Allen and Innocent in Cirencester on May 3.

Birthstone for April: Diamond The April birthstone is diamond, with our Gemstone Sale currently live, we spoke to Oliver Horner, Jewellery Assistant from Fellows' London office, who gave his thoughts on what's so special about diamonds:. Diamonds are amongst the most sought after and important gemstones, with many factors contributing to their demand.

Will cricket autographs bowl over bidders Catherine Southon Auctioneers will offer the autograph book, which dates back to the 1950s and contains the signatures of seventeen count cricket teams, plus the teams of England, Australia and Pakistan.

'He was happiest in his overalls' - tributes paid to well-known furniture dealer Tributes have been paid to a well-known Norfolk man who turned his passion for antiques into a thriving business.

Antiques Appraisal Fair: What's it worth? Editor's note: This is Part 1 of a 5-part series leading up to the Antiques Appraisal Fair on April 25. The Champaign County Historical Museum's new spring fundraiser, Antiques Appraisal Fair, will be held in the museum on Thursday, April 25, from 6 to 9 p.m.

Albert Bierstadt The earliest art of the American West tended to focus on the Indians and their culture. After mid-century, this theme slowly gave way to m…

Hit TV show 'Antiques Roadshow' makes pit stop in the Valley PHOENIX - Hit TV show, "Antiques Roadshow," made a pit stop in the Valley for the first time in a decade, filming three episodes that will be featured in the series' 24th season. Today, nearly 4,000 people came to Desert Botanical Gardens.

Buckfast Abbey to feature on The Antiques Roadshow this week Buckfast Abbey is set to feature on The Antique's Roadshow later this week. The BBC One programme was seen filming at Buckfast Abbey last September and will now air on TV on April 21. At the time of filming the show presenter Fiona Bruce said: "Can this year be even better than our last?

Antiques and tools worth thousands stolen from Guildford home Two outbuildings were also damaged during the break-in.

Find out how much your antiques are worth at upcoming appraisal fair in Urbana URBANA, Ohio - Have you ever wondered how much that old necklace at the bottom of your jewelry case is worth? Next week you'll be able to find out at the Champaign County Historical Museum's Antiques Appraisal Fair.

My 1,000sqft: Preservationist Cristiana favors family heirlooms and antiques for her Brooklyn home From a mobile that her dad got while on a peacekeeping mission in the Persian Gulf to a lobster-shaped wine decanter she found while on a trip to Maine, nearly every eclectic find in Cristiana's home comes with a childhood memory or a great tidbit about an antiquing outing.

Fellows offer more to their clients with unique collaborations Fellows are striving to give their clientele more bang for their buck when they are shopping for that special something.

Inside this month's Antique Collecting magazine The latest issue of Antique Collecting magazine is now hitting the printers - it's another packed issue of the best articles on antiques, art and auctions.

Antiques Column: Walking, talking, and crying dolls Having had four children, three of whom were little girls, our house has seen its fair share of dolls and dolls prams.

Philbrook Museum, Hour 2 Experience outstanding Oklahoma ANTIQUES ROADSHOW appraisals at Philbrook Museum of Art, such as a Charles Wilda "The Hour of Prayer" oil, a 1950 Gibson SJ-200 guitar, and a baroque bureau brisé from about 1690. Learn which is a $30,000-$50,000 find!

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