Season 8, Episode 11 Savannah
First Aired: April 5, 2004
The site: Savannah, Ga. Part 2 of three. Items appraised include an African-themed quilt made by a slave around 1830; a Coca-Cola music lighter from the 1950s that plays “Dixie” (and was controversial because of it); a statuette of the Egyptian god Osiris dating from about 300 BC; an 18th-century Chinese lacquer box; and an early 19th-century French “tremblant” pin. In addition, “Find!” hosts Leigh and Leslie Keno visit Savannah furniture maker Greg Guenther; appraiser David Lackey tells host Lara Spencer how to guage the age of porcelain; and appraiser Noel Barrett tells Spencer what to look for in cast-iron toys.
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- Rating: TV-G
- Premise: An antiques-appraisal series that turned out to be a ratings gem in PBS's attic. The simple format has `Roadshow' traveling around the U.S., evaluating family heirlooms and found items. It's based on the long-running (since 1978) BBC show of the same name… (more)