Antiques Roadshow

Grounds For Sculpture, Hour 1

Season 26 Episode 10 | 52m 24s | Video has closed captioning.

ROADSHOW reveals remarkable appraisals at Grounds for Sculpture, including a Chinese imperial celadon charger, a 1968 “Yellow Submarine” animation cel and a Harry Bertoia sonambient sculpture. Which appraisal is a shocking $80,000-$120,000?

Aired: 04/11/22

Expires: 03/27/26

Rating: TV-G

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