Jay Blades and the team bring three treasured family heirlooms, and the memories they hold, back to life.\n\nSilversmith Brenton West is tasked with reviving a worn-down singing trophy that celebrates the musical talent of a sadly departed mother. Won in 1955, it commemorates a young girl who turned her back on singing when she started a family. With one handle missing and the silver plate tarnished and dented, the trophy is in bad shape, so her daughter hopes Brenton can get the treasured trophy singing once more. \n\nWood expert Will Kirk works wonders on an ornate, wired bird cage gifted to a daughter by the biological father she only managed to track down as an adult. Owner Sarah was adopted at six months, and her father Georges had not even known she had been born. After just a few years with him in her life, he sadly passed away from lung cancer. A fiddly fix from Will, along with finishing touches from metal expert Dom, brings the beloved bird cage back to life for Sarah.\n\nAnd leather expert Suzie Fletcher wrestles a beaten-up boxing bag back into shape. It originally belonged to a successful cruiser-weight fighter, and grandson Danny is knocked out by Suzie’s stunning transformation.
Source: BBC 2