The Antiques Roadshow team visit Barrington Court in Somerset, where choice finds include a toy Noah's ark, an Elizabethan wine jug found in a car boot sale and a collection of ceramic brewery figures that are somewhat the worse for wear.
It's a busy late summer's day at Barrington Court, a Tudor manor house which has the distinction of being the first grand property bought by the National Trust.
Hilary Kay is enchanted by a toy model of Noah's ark from the 1920s, complete with pairs of animals, while pictures specialist Dendy Easton spots a valuable Flemish Old Master painted on copper.
A boot-sale bargain turns out to be an Elizabethan wine jug decorated with the face of a bearded man, while a Â£12 charity shop bracelet dates back to the Victorian era. This episode's showstopper, though, is a 16th-century silver cup constructed around a carved coconut, complete with handles for greasy fingers.
Glass specialist Andy McConnell puzzles over a vial of smelling salts with a mystery compartment, and Fiona Bruce commiserates with the owner of a collection of ceramic figures advertising a brewery company that met a sorry end after they first appeared on the Roadshow in 1993.
Aired: 10 May 2015