An Antiques Roadshow guest was left utterly speechless when she found out the incredible value of her vintage honey pot.
The hit BBC antiques show took a trip to the lavish Belmont estate in the heart of the Kent countryside on Sunday night (May 21), and it wasn’t long before viewers got a peek at a very pricey item.
Audience members gathered around one lucky owner who had brought in her kitchen-favourite to show off to the viewers at home.
It was a beautiful little honey skep which was made out of gilded silver back that dated back to Georgian England in 1828.
The priceless item featured delicate engraving of a little bee on top gathering the nectar from a beautiful flower which she inherited from her late brother-in-law.
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