Exquisite Tiffany fixtures, a Louis XV table and mirror, and some beautiful silver pieces are just a few of the items that were appraised during The LPB Antiques Fair on Monday, March 5, 2002.
This is the second antiques appraisal program that LPB has produced. More than 1,200 pictures of antiques were submitted last March for the first appraisal fair on LPB, but only about 15 actually made it on the air during the show. For this show, LPB has gone back to last year’s viewer submissions to find some more interesting items to appraise.
This round of appraisals features some very special items including Civil War artifacts, a Herter Brothers Bed, antique books, pottery, textiles and furniture. Special thanks to our appraisers for the show: Sarkis Kaltakdjian, Pat Bacot, Cary Long, Douglas Wink, Robert Smith, Eugene Groves, A.E. Probst, Gail Weeks, and Elaine Smyth.
Thanks to everyone who made Antiques Roadshow in Baton Rouge a great success!
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