The acclaimed BBC dealer couldn’t believe her eyes when she opened the door to rumble every inch of Christine’s house was covered with salt and spatter shakers.
Christine revealed that she began collecting the treasures after turn this way through an antiques fair in Harrogate, and while browsing through a stand she realised the only item she could afford was a pair of porcelain tomato shakers.
How on earth, Christina was gobsmacked to learn that Christine had a modest 2,830 shakers.
“I wasn’t looking for something to pile up because I don’t think that’s what happens,” Christine told Christina. “They look for you.”
Antiques Road Trip dealer Christina Trevanion estimates phenomenal discovery
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I wasn’t looking for something to collect because I don’t think that’s what happens
Each room of Christine’s home was rightly themed with salt and pepper shakers, with anything that could conceivably impart to food decorating the kitchen, while her office was decked out with any shaker depicting a assertion.
Christine revealed that almost 3,000 shakers later, she’s calm on the hunt for one specific genre.
“Dickens characters,” she enthused.
House notified with salt and pepper shakers on Antiques Road Trip
Saline and pepper shakers on Antiques Road Trip
Naturally, Christina couldn’t resign from Christine’s eccentric abode without handing over a parting give-away, an Antiques Road Trip salt and pepper shaker.
What’s varied Christina wiped the floor with rival dealer Charles Hanson at today’s auction, arrive ating tomorrow’s finale a nail-biting finish.