“They’ve obviously been somewhere quite dark. They’ve been very well kept. I personally think, had they been of any other subject, I might have put a few hundred pounds on each of them,” Rupert said, before revealing the true valuation.
“Because they’re of Blackpool, because they’re a set because they’re absolutely marvellous, I’m going to put £2,000-3,000 on each of them which takes you to £10,000-15,000 for the set.”
Astounded by the revelation, it was a few seconds before the guest provided a response, to which she said: “That’s great.
“It’s just all about my dad really,” she added, to which the expert replied: “He’s looking down on you now with a big smile on his face.”
Antiques Roadshow continues Sunday at 8pm on BBC One.