BARGAIN Hunt and Antiques Road Trip star Charles Hanson revealed a whopping appreciation for a box of Chinese plates and bowls.
The auctioneer urged his followers to check their crockery after receiving a box of china that fetched nearly £100,000.
The pieces came in a variety of stylish floral designs in blue and red.
He revealed that the seller had “no expectations”.
On Friday, he wrote on Twitter: “This box of china came in a few weeks ago and the seller had no expectations.
“It sold in three lots yesterday for almost £100,000!”
Fans were also stunned by the rare find.
One commented: “How wonderful.”
Another wrote: “Amazing!”
A third wrote: “Wow.”
This comes after presenter Natasha Raskin Sharp urged viewers to check their lofts after a dusty attic yielded a £400,000 antique on a recent episode of Bargain hunt.
The 36-year-old unveiled the “ultimate bargain-hunting find,” which turned out to be a rare Chinese wine jug.
Auctioneer Charles described the yellow flower piece as “very sacred, very important and very rare”, adding that it would have been used to hold water in Emperor Qianlong’s court as a ceremonial jug in the 18th century.
The porcelain pot was initially believed to be worth only £150, but it had been brought from Japan by the owner’s grandfather in the 1940s and had been in the owner’s loft for over 50 years without their knowledge.
The expert further revealed that the jug was one of only three known jugs, with the other two kept in museums in Taiwan and Beijing.
After the expert valued the piece at £150,000, it eventually sold at auction for a whopping £390,000.