Fiona chats to Prince Charles about protecting England's furniture collection, and they also take a look at some antique furniture items.
A woman finds out the vase that came with a potted plant she bought is worth 20,000 pounds.
A painting from 1915 showing a zeppelin dropping bombs on London, Russian caviar spoons from the late 19th century and a casket once owned by Anne Boyleyn are among items brought to the appraisers.
A wind-up toy train from the 1850's and a chest dated 1650 are among the items brought to the experts for appraisal.
Among the items brought to the experts include a gold ring from the 16th century and a colorful chest made in 1600.
A Victorian era puppet stage and a silver cup made in 1617 brought by a local priest are among items brought to the experts
Knitted artwork dating from 1630 and a plate depicting Adam and Eve made in 1710 are among the items brought to the experts for examination.
Among items brought in to the experts are Elvis Presley's original "Nipper", a stuffed dog used for the promotion of his "Ain't Nothin' But a Houndog tour and miniature furniture dated from 1700.
The childhood home of Princess Diana is the setting for this episode. Surprises include a Winslow Homer painting found near a fishing hole that will fetch over $30,000.
A Stradivarius violin and an ivory carving dating from the 14th century are among the items brought to the experts.