$1.07M ‘Roadshow’ antique appraisal

example work of Chien Lung

“Antiques Roadshow” appraisers valued a jade set as high as $1.07 million, the highest appraisal since the show started traversing the United States.

The collection — jade pieces from China’s Chien Lung reign from 1736-1795 — belong to an unidentified woman who arrived early at the Saturday taping in Raleigh, N.C., of the popular PBS show, The News & Observer in Raleigh reported Sunday.

The woman told the appraiser the pieces belonged to her father, a military liaison to China in the 1930s and ’40s, show officials said.

Asian art appraiser James Callahan, who examined the four pieces, said…

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2 thoughts on “$1.07M ‘Roadshow’ antique appraisal

  1. I ‘m Fernande I would to have some information regarding an apraiser for a piece of furniture that I have. If possible can someone send the next schdule when the show will be in Atlanta GA please I thank you in advance.

    Fernande Alexandre

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