We’ve all seen some pretty incredible finds on Antiques Roadshow, but recently, while taping in Tulsa, the show got quite a surprise from one visitor:
This weekend, the Antiques Roadshow crew sent a Tulsa man home as a record-breaker and new retiree. Though his identity is being withheld, the most expensive item ever appraised in the show’s 16-year history, worth $1 – 1.5M, has been revealed as a set of five Chinese cups carved of rhinoceros horn. Before carrying them into the Tulsa Convention Center, the man said he’d owned the cups since the 1970s.
For more information, hit up this article from KTUL in Tulsa, Oklahoma.