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ANTIQUES ROADSHOW: Houston (Hour Two)
Antiques Roadshow
Aired:
06/30/2008
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Fascinating finds

 


 The owner of a bronze sculpture discovers the piece is a valuable reproduction of the early 20th-century original by sculptress Edith Parsons. The owner of a bronze sculpture discovers the piece is a valuable reproduction of the early 20th-century original by sculptress Edith Parsons.

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW

Houston (Hour Two)

Aired Monday, June 30, at 8:00 p.m. on CPTV

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW host Mark L. Walberg joins appraiser Beth Szescila for a tour of Bayou Bend in Houston, Texas, the extraordinary museum and gardens that once were home to famed philanthropist and antiques collector Ima Hogg. Following in Miss Ima's footsteps, modern-day collectors arrive at the Reliant Center with impressive finds, including an early 19th-century box desk made by a renowned supplier to the British royal family; a valuable collection of lithographed orange crate labels; and a 1959 replica of artist Edith Parson’s early 19th-century Turtle Baby bronze sculpture, valued at $35,000 to $40,000. visit the website...


 
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