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ANTIQUES ROADSHOW: Manor House Treasures

Airs Monday, March 4, 2019 at 9 p.m. on KPBS TV

Alan Fausel (right) appraises an oil painting attributed to Franciabigio for ...

Credit: Courtesy of Jeff Dunn for WGBH, (c) WGBH 2014

Above: Alan Fausel (right) appraises an oil painting attributed to Franciabigio for $15,000 in Providence, Rhode Island.

Part adventure, part history lesson, and part treasure hunt, ANTIQUES ROADSHOW is a 13-time Emmy® Award-nominee and PBS' most-watched ongoing series.

Mark L. Walberg hosts.

Field Trip: Salisbury House, Extra-Illustrated Dickens Set

Francis Wahlgren and host Mark L. Walberg visit Salisbury House to look at an extra-illustrated Dickens set in "Manor House Treasures."

ROADSHOW is taking inspiration from the furnishings and finery of the sprawling estates in popular period dramas such as DOWNTON ABBEY and UPSTAIRS, DOWNSTAIRS for its new special.

Photo credit: Courtesy of Jeff Dunn for WGBH, (c) WGBH 2014

This demantoid, diamond, and ruby brooch, ca. 1890, was appraised for $12,000 to $18,000 in 2012. The current value is $22,000 to $25,000.

This episode features extraordinary objects from across the pond — and beyond — that would fit right in any stately homes of the rich and powerful.

Appraisal: Lord Byron Cellarette & Portrait, ca. 1810

Watch Leslie Keno's appraisal of a Lord Byron cellarette and portrait, ca. 1810, in "Manor House Treasures."

Appraisals include a Lord Byron cellarette and portrait, ca. 1810; a Louis Vuitton steamer trunk, ca. 1915, that was gifted to the caretakers of an estate; and a Louis Comfort Tiffany necklace, ca. 1905, that belonged to the owner’s wealthy great-grandmother and is appraised for $75,000 to $100,000.

Photo credit: Courtesy of Jeff Dunn for WGBH, (c) WGBH 2014

Brian Witherell (right) appraises a Louis Vuitton steamer trunk, ca. 1915, for $3,000 to $5,000 in 2012. The updated value is $4,000 to $6,000.

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Appraisal: Bronze Osiris Figure, ca. 300 BC

Check out Anthony Slayter-Ralph's appraisal of a bronze Osiris figure, ca. 300 BC, in "Manor House Treasures."

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Appraisal: Diamond & Ruby Lorgnette, ca. 1910

Watch Joyce Jonas's appraisal of a diamond & ruby lorgnette, ca. 1910, in "Manor House Treasures."

Appraisal: 1801 Robert Sharp Mazarine

In "Manor House Treasures," Juliet Nusser appraises an 1801 Robert Sharp Mazarine.

Appraisal: 19th-Century Monumental Japanese Vase

Check out Lark E. Mason's appraisal of a 19th-Century monumental Japanese vase, in "Manor House Treasures."

Appraisal: Oil Painting Attributed to Franciabigio

In "Manor House Treasures," Alan Fausel appraises an oil painting attributed to Franciabigio.

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