Restoration Roadshow Coming To Blenheim Palace

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Restoration Roadshow Coming To Blenheim Palace

Sat 8th and Sun 9th August

Come and meet Eric Knowles and his team of restorers. This is your chance to have your antiques and collectables valued by the experts and pick up some restoration advice too.

Is your prized family heirloom looking a bit sad?
Do you own an oil painting coated with dirt?
A Regency table with an unsightly stain?
A Chippendale chair with worn out upholstery?
Maybe a prize Beswick china cow with a broken leg?

Restoration Roadshow can show you how to nurse your vintage, 20th century antiques and collectables back to life.
You will be given the chance to gain a free valuation of your antiques and collectables by one of our experts or Eric himself. If you like the sound of their restoration advice you may have the opportunity to pay for the work – and even take it to auction to hopefully make a profit.

So if you’ve got a neglected, sad or tired old treasured possession hidden in your cupboards, cellar or loft which could be turned in to cash, just get in touch.

Contact the Restoration Roadshow team at or call 020 7354 9408, leave your details and we’ll call you back.

Please also contact us for free tickets to Restoration Roadshow

Posted : 15/07/2009 23:24:24

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