Senin, 25 Juli 2011

Tulsa Man Breaks Antiques Roadshow Record

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A collection of Chinese cups carved from rhino horn has been the most valuable find in the 16-year history of the television program "Antiques Roadshow" in the United States. Five cups, believed to date from the late 18th or early 17th century were valued at $ 1 - $ 1.5 million on Saturday after being taken to a TV show at the bus stop in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

The owner, who preferred to remain unidentified, said Lark Mason Asian art expert he began collecting mugs cheap in 1970 and did not know the current value of this collection. Chinese antiques have taken a strong prices in recent years, dramatically increasing the value of the collection.

As we continue our 16th season touring production here in Tulsa, we could not be more excited about such a treasure trove of extraordinary, rare, and we hope to share with the nation," said executive producer Marsha Bemko in a statement on Monday. Three episodes resulting from the Tulsa show will air on the program, which aired on PBS, circa 2012.

The highest-value assessment of both the U.S. recorded by "Antiques Roadshow" is a collection of Chinese jade carved bowl, estimated to be worth as much as $ 1,070,000. They are found in Raleigh, North Carolina in 2009. Antiques Roadshow" began as a TV series in England in 1979 and has several international versions.

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