Stephanie Connell Wikipedia, Husband, Illness, Accent, Photos, Partner
Stephanie Connell Wikipedia, Husband, Illness, Accent, Photos, Partner – English auctioneer, valuer, business owner, and television personality Stephanie Connell. Her appearances as a guest expert on the BBC Antiques shows Bargain Hunt and Antiques Road Trip have earned her widespread recognition. In London, United Kingdom, she works at Catherine Southon Auctioneers & Valuers Ltd.
Stephanie Connell Bio
|Date Of Birth||1985 – 1990|
|Zodiac Sign||Not Known|
Stephanie Connell Physical Stats
|Height||5 feet 4 inch|
|Shoe Size||Not Known|
Stephanie Connell Educational Qualifications
|College or University||Manchester of Metropolitan, Solent University|
|Educational Degree||Bachelor of Arts, Master of Art’s|
Stephanie Connell Family
|Brother / Sister||Not Known|
|Children||Son: Not Known|
Daughter: Not Known
Stephanie Connell’s Marital Status
|Spouse Name||Not Known|
|Married Date||Not Known|
Stephanie Connell Collection & Net Worth
|Net Worth in Dollars||1 Million|
Stephanie Connell’s Social Media Accounts
Stephanie Connell News
The two teams travelled to the Kings Lynn antique centre in Norfolk for today’s episode of Bargain Hunt, which was broadcast on BBC 2. The Reds, a team made up of company executives James and Zoe, faced off against the Blues, Pradeep and Sunita.
The two teams left with £300 thanks to presenter Charlie Ross, who had given the Red team the challenge to buy anything you’d “find in the bedroom” and given their rivals the duty of locating something from a dining room. James and Zoe had access to expert Raj, and Steph was with Pradeep and Sunita.
The Blue team’s expedition was unsatisfactory, as they ended up registering a loss on each and every thing they had bought. They had accomplished their “dining room challenge” by investing £50 in a silver Picquot tea set, which they later sold for $35.
Their major purchase was a gold and sapphire ring that was misrepresented to them as a diamond. The stones were then discovered to be composed of cubic zirconia, a man-made stone that is much less expensive than diamonds; they were originally purchased for £75 and sold for for £32.
After suffering losses of £12 on a Whitefriars glass jug and another loss of £15, the blues finished in the red. Expert Steph’s bonus buy, an Imari-patterned Derby plate, sold for £20.
The Blues provided the actual drama of the show when they briefly debated buying a five-stone garnet ring but ultimately opted against it and chose the sapphire ring. The garnet ring was later acquired by the Red team and ultimately sold for a staggering £270 after being purchased for just £80.
A brass-bottomed bedroom light that James and Zoe ultimately decided to purchase eventually sold for £10 after being purchased for twice that amount. Their subsequent purchase, a glass decanter and dish set, similarly resulted in a loss for them; it sold for £12 instead of its original cost of $25.
The garnet ring, on the other hand, continued to rise and emerged as the true champion. In addition, expert Raj had been sent on a “bonus buy” and returned with a $25 boxwood and ebony chess set that he had purchased.