$1.27 Million Fabergé Find Stuns on Antiques Roadshow

Geoffrey Munn with the Faberge find.
Geoffrey Munn with the Faberge find.
(BBC / Antiques Roadshow)

BBC's Antiques Show unearthed a Fabergé piece estimated to be worth around £1million ($1.27 million).

To a shocked audience, the appraisal of the rare piece came from jewelry expert Geoffrey Munn during a taping at Black Country Living Museum in the West Midlands. At nearly 4 inches tall, the work is a flower study in a crystal vase.

Executive producer Simon Shaw said: “We’ve had one of the most significant jewellery finds in 40 years of Antiques Roadshow history.”

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