Host Eric Gorges combs the country for America’s finest craftsmen, documenting what it means to be a modern-day maker. In each episode, Eric explains the history of an old-world craft as it is practiced in America today.
Eric visits goldsmith Susan McDonough, who works in a small studio on her family’s farm in the mountains. Susan describes working in kitchens and bakeries, as a school-bus driver, EMT, firefighter and librarian, on her long journey to becoming a goldsmith.
Utah’s capital city is brimming with antique and vintage finds including an 1844 LDS church hymnal, a 1914 Olaf Carl Seltzer oil painting and a 1969 prototype Hot Wheels “Beach Bomb.” Can you guess which came in at $100,000-$150,000?
Look back to 2001 to learn what has since happened since the Roadshow visited Miami. Highlights include a John Lehman stoneware jug from around 1870, a 34-Star Civil War flag and a Rene Portocarrero painting, ca. 1958. Which item’s valuation soared to $125,000?
See memorable items appraised at the 2001 San Diego Roadshow and find out which have gone up or down in value. Highlights include a Dr. Seuss “Kangaroo Bird,” a Tiffany & Co. yellow diamond pendant and a 1781 George Washington print.
Travel to Cleveland to see outstanding vintage finds, like a “Big Bronco” coin-operated horse made around 1952 and a Tiffany & Co. pendant watch necklace. Can you guess the $40,000-$60,000 treasure?
Journey to Cleveland and learn about items such as an Ohio salt-glazed figural stoneware match stand, an 1863 Civil War grave marker group and a 1964 Manoucher Yektai oil painting. Which find is valued at $65,000?
Discover hidden treasures in Cleveland, such as 1920 World Series ticket stubs, a Charles Rohlfs music stand from around 1905 and an Ohio folk art portrait, ca. 1838.
Travel to Omaha to see fantastic pieces of history, like a homeopathic medicine cabinet, a 1939 Gregoire Boonzaier oil painting and a mid-19th-century Mormon book archive. Which treasure is the top find of the hour?
Journey to Omaha, Nebraska, to learn more about amazing vintage finds, including a 1939 Grant Wood lithograph, a Daytona model Rolex from around 1970 with its box and papers, and Prohibition liquor bottles, ca. 1925. Can you guess which is valued at $100,000?
Discover hidden treasures in Tucson, such as a Jackie Robinson archive from around 1938, a 1960 GMT Master model Rolex with the original box and papers, and diamond and onyx jewelry, ca. 1920.