Sat. Feb 24th, 2024
alert-–-antiques-roadshow-fans-left-speechless-after-a-guest-presents-his-grandmother’s-60-year-old-breast-implantsAlert – Antiques Roadshow fans left speechless after a guest presents his grandmother’s 60-year-old breast implants

Antiques Roadshow fans were left stunned after witnessing a guest present his grandmother’s breast implants on the American edition.

In what could be the most bizarre item to date on the show, fans were both speechless and in hysterics at his family heirloom.

The man revealed that the inherited 60-year-old implants were still in good condition and brand new in the box.

On a TikTok video, the guest said: ‘So these are breast implants from 1965. They were made by Dow and Corning, Midland, Michigan. A bit of a family heirloom actually.

‘My grandmother, avid estate saler, garage saler, found them at a garage sale, actually, unused. It’s a bit of a funny joke. I have my grandmother’s breast implants.

Antiques Roadshow fans were left stunned after witnessing a guest present his grandmother's breast implants on the American edition

Antiques Roadshow fans were left stunned after witnessing a guest present his grandmother’s breast implants on the American edition

In what could be the most bizarre item to date on the show, fans were both speechless and in hysterics at his family heirloom

In what could be the most bizarre item to date on the show, fans were both speechless and in hysterics at his family heirloom

‘Everyone always asks… they give you that look of just like, “How did she acquire them?” Like, “In what context do you have her breast implants?” New in box, still in the package,.

‘And they actually do come with instructions for performing the procedure as well.’

The person behind the camera quipped: ‘So you could do it at home, do it yourself?’

Fans were in disbelief after watching the clip, with viewers both gobsmacked and in hysterics at the random object.

Some commeted: ‘That’s a DIY first.’

‘Lol best family heirloom.’

‘Now THIS is the kind of family that I want to be a part of.’

‘Hahahahah this is why we love the Antiques Roadshow.’ 

The man revealed that the inherited 60-year-old implants were still in condition and brand new in the box

The man revealed that the inherited 60-year-old implants were still in condition and brand new in the box

Fans were in disbelief after watching the clip, with viewers both gobsmacked and in hysterics at the random object

Fans were in disbelief after watching the clip, with viewers both gobsmacked and in hysterics at the random object

It comes after a guest was left stunned to discover the true value of two vases she had picked up in a charity shop during a recent episode from Derry, Northern Ireland.

One woman brought in two floral vases to be looked at, that she had purchased for just £1 each, after negotiating the price down at a charity shop.

She explained she had been about to throw them away, before deciding to bring them along to learn about their history.

Despite the ornaments not being in the best condition, expert John Sandon surprised the guest and the viewers by revealing they were actually very valuable.

He explained they were from a pottery firm called Belleek, with pieces being ‘highly prized’ by collectors.

What made the ceramics even more unique was their gold trim and tulip decoration, as John revealed that Belleek didn’t make many of that style.

He said that the pieces date all the way back to around 1870 and said one vase could sell for an eye-watering £700 to £1,000.

The guest was stunned and said: ‘Wow! I was actually going to dump them when I first brought them home! I didn’t like them.’ John chimed in to comment: ‘That £2 was well spent!’

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