Nigel Havers welcomes four more sellers to the Bidding Room, where they try to sell items to five professional dealers who are on the lookout for interesting pieces, with help from expert Simon Bower. \n\nFirst through the doors is Martin with a ship’s wheel. He bought it thinking it might have come from a Chinese junk, which could push up its value. Next to do battle with the dealers is Jane, who has brought in her dog Mabel for moral support. She is selling a lazy Susan she picked up almost brand new in a charity shop. Simon reassures her it’s a fashionable Scandinavian piece and advises Jane to target dealers Lucy and Moses who both like mid-century Scandi items. \n\nThird in is jewellery designer Josie from Nottingham. She has a young daughter and wants to sell a jewellery collection from Italian designer Ermani Bulatti to help do up her daughter’s bedroom. So will Josie’s collection - valued at £200 - appeal to dealer Tash, who used to work in the fashion industry, or any of the other buyers?\n\nLast up is Jeanette from Leeds, with a cigar case her husband bought for just a shilling. It turns out to have been owned by a British soldier who served in India in the 19th century, and Simon reckons it’s worth at least £50.\n\nToday's dealers are Ian Humphries, James Gooch, Lucy Ryder Richardson, Moses Otunia and Tash Francis.
Source: BBC 1