The Antiques Roadshow returns to Chenies Manor, where the team learn of an extraordinary update about an ornate French plant stand last seen on the Roadshow in 1991.
The Antiques Roadshow returns to Chenies Manor near Amersham in Buckinghamshire, where they discover a forgotten train set, a dazzling piece of Whitefriars glass and a 19th-century plant stand that provides one of the biggest surprises of the series.
The team unwrap a train set that hasn't been out of its box in over 70 years, and the family of a glassblower pay a moving tribute to their father's work for the Whitefriars company. A beautiful Italian figurine of a flower seller catches the eye of ceramics specialist Eric Knowles, while Fiona Bruce reads a tragic letter from a soldier to be opened in the event of his death.
There's also an extraordinary update about an ornate French plant stand, known as a jardiniere, that was last seen on the Roadshow in 1991 - an event that changed the life of its owner 20 years later.