7 Most Valuable Antiques Roadshow Items

Fabergé Flower Study: Valued at around $1.3 million, this delicate Fabergé flower study was brought to the Roadshow in 2017. It was originally purchased for just $5 at a flea market.

Chinese Libation Cup: A rare 17th-century Chinese libation cup was appraised for $1.5 million. It had been passed down through generations before its owner brought it to the show.

Patek Philippe Watch: This watch, brought to the Roadshow in 2004, was valued at $1.5 million. It's a rare Patek Philippe pocket watch with a minute repeater and a split-second chronograph.

Qing Dynasty Jade Collection: A collection of Qing Dynasty jade pieces was appraised at $1.8 million. These intricately carved pieces were brought to the Roadshow in 2011.

Galle Marquetry Vase: Valued at $2.3 million, this stunning Galle marquetry vase was brought to the Roadshow in 2005. It features intricate wood inlay and is a rare piece of Art Nouveau artistry.

Folk Art Collection: A collection of folk art, including a painting by Grandma Moses, was appraised at $3 million in 2006. It had been collected over several decades by a single family.

Chinese Rhinoceros Horn Cups: Valued at $1.5 million each, a pair of Chinese rhinoceros horn cups were brought to the Roadshow in 2011. They are intricately carved and highly sought after by collectors.