The team take on an antique skeleton clock, a giant teddy bear and a beloved transistor radio with huge sentimental value to its owner.
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The team takes on a pocket sized racing car, a century-old and very rusty weather vane, and a much-loved but horribly damaged leather rhinoceros.
The team tackle a shattered ceramic dish, a handmade doll’s house and a vintage harmonium that provided the soundtrack to many an East End knees-up.
The team restore a miniature whisky barrel, an antique set of scales and a military swagger stick with precious memories for its 93-year-old owner.
Jay and the team restore a music box with a magical connection, make over a much-loved push-along horse and revive a water-damaged penny arcade game.
The team tackle a 1930s pinball machine, an antique weather device and a rocking horse that holds huge sentimental significance for its owner.
The team takes on an ancient penny-farthing bicycle, a clocking-on clock with a significant past, and a battered leather briefcase with a proud history.
Today, there’s a dilapidated barber’s pole with huge family significance, an important African painting, and a wooden box that hid a life-changing secret.
Jay Blades and the team revive a theatre chair from Derby Hippodrome, restore a unique and whimsical timepiece, and resurrect a cherished bronze locket.
The team tackle a 1960s cine-projector, a charming wicker chair and a hand-crafted spinning wheel that has travelled all the way from Shetland.
The team tackle a faded village war memorial, an iconic 1960s one-armed bandit, and a much-loved teddy bear whose lifelong owner recently passed away.
The team restore a clock that once hung outside a family business, a treasured metal keepsake box, and an old wooden barber’s chair.
The team restore a hand-carved model Spitfire, a much-loved leather pouffe, and a battered silver purse holding treasured mementoes of a beloved mother.
The team tackle a ventriloquist’s dummy, a 1920s typewriter and a precious athletics trophy that’s the last remaining memento of a much-loved father.
The team tackle an old carousel horse, a teapot with an extraordinary wartime story, and a wooden puzzle that is the only reminder of a much-loved father.
The team tackle a radio that survived the evacuation from Dunkirk, a battered leather gaming case and a grandfather clock with a poignant history.
The team restore a bass guitar that topped the charts, a vintage end-of-the-pier machine and a hand-carved belt that marked an unlikely wartime friendship.
The team restore a quirky train set made by a celebrated cartoonist, a nautical ‘ditty box,’ and a doll that’s a precious memento of a much-loved father.
Today in the Repair Shop, the team restore a much treasured family portrait, a precious vintage fountain pen, and a 130-year old tiger automaton that has lost its growl.
A miner’s lamp that saved its owners life, a mysterious rug-covered armchair, and an antique music machine that hasn’t played in years.
The team takes on a dilapidated old go-kart, a treasured handmade piece of leatherwork, and a charming cat figurine that sparked a collectibles movement.
The team tackle a set of binoculars salvaged from a WWII U-Boat, a vintage mechanical money box, and two boxing belts with a proud and emotional history.
The team restore a Victorian kaleidoscope, a carved wooden bench that plays a tune, and a pair of military mementoes belonging to an extraordinary soldier.
The team restores a bike with a patriotic past, a threadbare teddy on wheels, and a Victorian firefighter’s helmet.
The team tackle a vintage horse-racing game, two exquisite stained-glass panels and an old tram seat with precious memories for its 93-year-old owner.
The team restore a set of bagpipes that saw action in the First World War, a silver Welsh crown of great cultural significance, and a quirky tortoise-shaped bell.
The team tackle a rusty old toy pedal car, a bronze statue by a leading French artist, and a 1940s card table with memories of a much-loved Grandad.
The team restore a plate bearing a photo of a beloved mother, a small but special clockwork tractor, and a compass that saw action in two World Wars.
The team restore a pair of albums charting Scott’s expedition to the South Pole, a traditional Asian board game and a much-loved magic trick.
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