This episode of the antiques series comes from the stunning gardens and reception rooms at Ashridge House in Hertfordshire.
Paul Martin is joined by experts Thomas Plant and Claire Rawle, as they seek out the best antiques to take to auction in nearby Tring - all hoping to get a winning sale.
Thomas's interest is sparked by a Dunhill Smokers Cabinet. Meanwhile, Claire sets her sights on some original art designed for Birmingham's first tower blocks in the 1960s.
Paul also pays a trip to Wallington - the small Hertfordshire village which became George Orwell's home in the late 1930s, and inspired his first best-selling novel: Animal Farm.
|Series Producer||Heidi Ellert|