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Paul Martin and a host of regular experts offer tips and advice on antiques and collectibles.
Paul Martin and his team of experts revisit 11 years of the popular show, to explore the theme of bargain buys and offer tips and insider advice on how to get the best out of car boot sales and charity shops. Paul finds out what makes the work of ceramicist William Moorcroft special and Flog It! regular Philip Serrell does a house clearance for a client in his home town of Worcester.
Oddities and rarities are the theme, with the team of experts ready to offer advice and inside knowledge about what makes a good potential investment or addition to a collection. Paul Martin encounters some weird creatures in Oxford and Thomas Plant gets a chance to fulfil a boyhood ambition to try glass-blowing at the Bristol Blue Glass works in Bedminster.
The team of experts share their trade secrets on some great British names in the world of antiques and collectables.
James Lewis learns to appreciate anew his favourite porcelain, Royal Crown Derby, and there's a look at what makes the work of Robert 'Mouseman' Thompson an English classic.
Paul Martin travels to Cornwall to meet a man who has almost single-handedly revived the tradition of Cornish copper working.
The experts offer advice on how to spot the best foreign antiques and collectables. Presenter Paul Martin explores the oriental treasures of one obsessive collector and Flog It! regular Thomas Plant reveals his tip for a clever collectable item. Expert Mark Stacey indulges his love of blue and white porcelain and learns the centuries old art of transfer printing at the last working factory in Stoke-on-Trent.
Paul Martin and the team of experts offer information and advice for would-be collectors and those looking to make money from antiques and collectables. Plus, a look at the art of the auctioneer, tips for buying and selling at auction and a look behind the scenes of Flog It! to find out what goes into making the series.
Paul Martin and a host of regular experts offer tips and advice on antiques and collectibles. This time they explore the frivolous end of the market. Philip Serrell explains his love of antique toy cars, while Paul travels to Coventry to learn more about the real thing - a vintage Alvis. Plus Charlie Ross learns what goes into creating a possible antique of the future.
Paul Martin and a host of regular experts offer tips and advice on antiques and collectibles. This edition is on the theme of war and conflict, and the team offers tips and advice on buying and selling militaria.
Paul travels to Kent to investigate the history of that British military icon, the Spitfire. Christina Trevanion explains why she would never part with her great grandfather's First World War medals. And Catherine Southon boards HMS Victory to explore the life of an 18th-century shipboard surgeon.
Paul Martin and a host of regular experts offer tips and advice on antiques and collectibles. Jewellery, watches and fashion are at the heart of this episode, and the experts share insider knowledge on what to look out for. Featuring a man who bought a diamond bracelet for a pound, and Christina Trevanion learns how to add new value to tired pieces that viewers may have at home.
Paul Martin and a host of regular experts offer tips and advice on antiques and collectibles. The experts reveal what's hot and what's not in the world of sporting memorabilia.
Presenter Paul Martin learns from a pro the secrets of croquet, while Charlie Ross explains the appeal of cricket bible, the Wisden Almanac.
Paul Martin and a host of regular experts offer tips and advice on antiques and collectibles. This takes a look at objects that are past their best, and the team explains when damage matters and when it doesn't.
Adam Partridge learns how to breathe new life into a broken violin, and Anita Manning explains why she would rescue an ugly painting from a burning building. Plus Paul travels to Saltaire to talk to a team of conservators restoring a great house.
This programme looks at how domestic items from below stairs can have as much appeal to collectors as their grander counterparts, and the Flog It! experts offer tips on what to look out for.
Paul Martin explores Victorian class-consciousness at Lanhydrock in Cornwall, while Will Axon helps the 3rd Baron Hemingford downsize his family collection.
As Paul always says, it wouldn't be Flog It! without Clarice Cliff. But in this programme, the experts evaluate other Flog It! favourites and offer advice on whose work to look out for.
There is also a peek behind the scenes of a Flog It! filming day, and Paul travels to Wales to find out about a pair of sisters with an extraordinary eye for antiques.
In this episode the experts advise on the best collectable toys and games, and Elizabeth Talbot learns the art of making a limited-edition teddy bear at the Merrythought factory in Ironbridge.
Paul Martin discusses snuff boxes with expert James Lewis, and Adam Partridge offers a tip for a clever collectible.
Paul Martin and a host of regular experts offer tips and advice on antiques and collectibles. The finer things in life provide the theme for this episode and the experts offer guidance on how to spot the best luxury brands.
Silver specialist Michael Baggott travels to Birmingham to meet a new generation of silversmiths, while Paul Martin goes to the theatre in Yorkshire.
The experts relive encounters with visitors to the show who had found something of value in an unlikely place, and offer advice about how to spot a potential money spinner.
We learn about the rules of 'finders, keepers' and Flog It! elder stateswoman Anita Manning explores the work of some pioneering Scottish women artists.
Presenter Paul Martin explores the Victorian tradition of letterboxing.
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