The Antiques Roadshow visits Kirby Hall in Northamptonshire, a romantic ruin originally built to impress Queen Elizabeth I, where star finds include a vintage TV set and a jade bowl once used as a butter dish. Other eyecatching items include marine paintings from the family of Captain Bligh, a vintage TV set with a four-inch screen, a bewitching medieval ring found with a metal detector and a wind-up Charlie Chaplin doll. The team are also reunited with a 500-year-old religious painting, first seen in 2010 and now beautifully restored. Now that the ancient devotional object has been returned to its former glory, art specialist Philip Mould is hoping he can learn more about its origins and potential value.moreless
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