Salvage Hunters is a British television program in which decorative salvage dealer Drew Pritchard travels throughout the country in search of antiques from shops, fairs, and old mansions to re-sell online or in his shop.
Drew finds a mysterious piece of black pottery in Lancashire, finds an exotic piece in a zoo in East Anglia and fiercely haggles with an old foe in a nearby salvage yard.
Drew is at a country house sale in Norfolk, and in Glasgow he finds a unique tartan piece at a classic tailor's. Plus, he finds his oddest buy ever in Liverpool.
Drew revs up at the Lambretta Scooter Museum in Weston Super Mare - will a vintage bike tempt him? In Walsall, there's a historic haul in one of the UK's last leather factories.
Drew takes an epic trip to Jersey where he meets the island's biggest hoarder. At an old manor house, he is carried away by an estate-made 1950s swing and trapeze.
Drew goes mad in Dorset buying quirky items. Twin sisters show their late father's legacy - vintage cars and steam train memorabilia. Plus, Drew visits Luton's oldest hat makers.
Drew explores an Aladdin's cave of magic carpets in Cumbria and royal biographer Lady Colin Campbell reveals antiques with tragic history from her romantic castle.
Drew locks horns with a fellow dealer over a buffalo's skull in Oxfordshire. Plus, will a private girls' school in Hatfield get top marks for its haul of furniture?
Drew heads to Petworth in West Sussex - the antiques capital of the south. Plus, he bids on an unusual fire screen in Lancashire, but the owner drives a hard bargain!
At a stately home in Staffordshire, Drew uncovers a hidden 19th century gem that the owners were oblivious to. And in the Lake District, he digs out some of Britain's mining past.
Drew goes to the biggest antiques emporium he's ever visited and a Somerset antique shop. At a grand school in Ipswich he uncovers a historical artifact that leaves him speechless.
At a luxury fabric manufacturer in Suffolk, Drew is wowed by historic silks once used in the royal household. And at a castle in Scotland, he haggles with a young baron.
At a Catholic church in Liverpool, Drew's prayers are answered with a pair of very rare chairs. In Loughborough, he finds industrial gems in the world's largest bell foundry.
Drew haggles hard at a museum of vintage farm equipment in Exmouth. Plus, he's bowled over by an amazing collection of arts and crafts furniture - but can he strike a deal?
Drew is at an upmarket Somerset showroom and buys a scruffy table full of potential. In Lancashire, he spots a Swedish design classic and a Soviet relic of the Cold War.
At a Cornish castle, Drew digs out beach buckets and toy trucks. Later, his friend Stuart sells off his renowned collection of car memorabilia - and Drew has first dibs!
Drew's on a mission for quality, heading to a decorative antiques dealer in Tunbridge. In Dumfries, he seeks hidden treasure in a furniture collection.
Drew and Tee are off on their first road trip to France, visiting a 16th century chateau in the Loire region. Plus, they stop at the antique markets of Montsoreau and Viarme.
Drew is on the hunt for rare objects in a Devizes dealership inside a pub. And, in Leigh-On-Sea, he finds an array of unusual objects salvaged from building sites.
In Margate, Drew snaps up a good deal at a 'junk emporium' run by some of his best contacts. And, at a Georgian mansion in Fife he finds a surprising bargain.
Drew meets the next generation of antiques dealers. In Macclesfield, he meets a mother and son team, and in Leeds he meets a young dealer with an eye for modern pieces.
Drew heads to Edinburgh, where he discovers an antique shop with a deluxe 1940s American bike. Later, he finds a mid-century designer desk in Wookey Hole.
In Seaton, Drew dashes under a staircase for a pair of floodlights. In Yorkshire, he uses a penknife to see if a newly upholstered chair hides a valuable original.
Drew bargains hard in Frome, Somerset. And in Dumfriesshire, he's at an estate that's been in the same family for several generations and is full of fascinating antiques.
At a 13th century manor house in Yorkshire, Drew uncovers a wartime flag with a medical history. Plus, he visits a neo-gothic cathedral in Edinburgh.
Drew visits a dealer specialising in house clearances. In Sheffield, he spots industrial furniture at a 19th century factory plus he finds old punk collectables.
At an antiques centre in Gloucestershire, Drew finds a valuable item overlooked by the rest of the trade. Later, he digs out lost treasures on a Kent country estate.
In the Lake District, Drew meets an alpaca keeper and antiques collector fond of the unusual. And, at a Staffordshire castle, he meets an Elizabeth I lookalike.
Drew finally opens his own antiques shop in his home town of Conwy. So, he goes to the Cotswolds and one of the UK's largest indoor antiques, looking for treasure.
With his new shop opening to the public, Drew needs more stock than ever. He spots a '60s Danish sofa in Malvern and a pair of tapestries in Welshpool.
Drew seeks standout items to lure more customers to his shop. In Derbyshire, he finds a Regency picture frame, and buys a pair of Danish rattan chairs in Harrogate.
Drew is always hunting undiscovered treasures. He has a rare chance to scour the wild items at Chester Zoo. And in Leicestershire, he unearths a royal relic.
Drew's business has expanded so he needs twice as many items! He visits a quirky house in Suffolk, to discover a barn full of salvage from around the globe.
When other businesses move with the times, Drew sees a chance to buy their unwanted stuff. In Essex, he finds a rare 1930s desk from a closing department store.
Drew is in Belgium on a continental buying adventure. He visits the flea market in Tongeren and meets a renowned dealer who lives in a huge chateau.
Drew heads to Holland where, thanks to its thriving antiques markets, he can find the kind of unique pieces he's renowned for - including his dream car, a vintage Bugatti.
Drew unearths a steel corpus of Christ on the cross, and spots a divine early 19th century gothic pew. Later, he finds a set of 1950s industrial pendant lamps.
In Gloucestershire, Drew finds a huge horse's head with a dealer specialising in sculptures. And, in Somerset he spots a valuable Persian rug lining a chicken shed.
In Devon, Drew rummages through a heap of railway items collected over 30 years by a local enthusiast. And, he digs out treasure at a recently-closed glove factory.
Drew visits an amazing collection of wicker in the Somerset levels and is smitten by an Orkney chair. In Glasgow, he finds an easel that's a work of art.
At a Hampshire auction room Drew has the pick of over 500 items from affluent private homes. In Lancaster he's reminded of his passion for Elvis memorabilia.
Drew visits a salvage yard in Cheshire containing vintage gym equipment with real muscle. At an antique shop on the south coast, he spots some decorative religious moulds.
Drew visits a country estate mentioned in the Domesday Book and unearths a cupboard that's been unopened for decades. Plus, he finds a weathervane dating to 1800.
Drew decides that he needs something different to stand out from the competition. He and Tee head to Italy hoping to find some antiques that his rivals won't be able to match.
At a giant mid-Wales market, Drew has the pick of over 1000 stalls showcasing world-class pieces. He spies a 200-year-old Windsor chair in the best condition he's ever seen.
Drew is on a road trip, travelling to Norfolk, Pembroke and Essex. In Pembroke, he finds an old church that has been converted into an antiques store with a varied selection.
In a quiet South London suburb, Drew comes face to face with the most extraordinary collection of American automobilia he's ever seen, including Evel Knievel's Messerschmitt.
His hunt for fresh stock takes Drew to the Cotswolds, where he finds a giant stash of Indian and Afghan treasures which have come directly from the subcontinent.
Drew heads to a huge antiques wholesaler in Exeter, where he finds pile upon pile of affordable gems. Next, it's on to north London, to visit an emporium of curiosities.
Drew heads to Devon, where he finds a wealth of unusual oddities housed in a country pub. Next, it's on to Hastings, which has enjoyed a recent resurgence in the antiques trade.
Seeing an untapped source of rare items, Drew tours Catalonia looking for some chic Spanish antiques. In Peralada, Drew is blown away by a 17th Century house full of treasures.
Drew road trips to Cornwall to for a major buying mission. In Penzance he haggles with a hoarder who owns a reclamation yard, before heading to the county's busiest auction house.
Drew visits a huge antiques warehouse in Belfast. On the lookout for 18th century Irish furniture, he's excited to spot a mahogany chest of drawers.
In Gloucestershire, Drew uncovers a marble table lamp and a painting of a mackerel. Later, he's thrilled to look around a stately home in Bedfordshire.
Drew and Tee are invited to a private motor museum in Denbighshire. This fascinating collection boasts a steel plate Castrol sign and a charming pedal car.
Drew and Tee are the first to view a collection in Boreham Wood. Everything is up for sale, including a carved stone saint and marble fireplace supports.
Drew and Tee visit a 500-year-old copper mine in the beautiful village of Coniston. They uncover a slipware dairy bowl, pattern wheels and a retail counter.
Drew is in rural Somerset to rummage through a salvage yard. He tries to buy an industrial ceiling light, a marble column plinth and an antiques sign.
At a railway museum in Somerset, Drew and Tee uncover two rare signs from the 1920s. Later, Drew finds shoe last made for music legend Paul McCartney.
Hunting items with a distinctly French connection, aspiring collector and TV star Fred Sirieix joins Drew and Tee on the road to learn the trade.
Drew and Tee visit a salvage yard that specialises in stoneware. Blown away by the quality and rarity of some of the items, Drew is forced to haggle hard by the canny dealer.
The boys visit a heritage railway in Minehead where Drew discovers a fantastic selection of pieces, but the highlight of the trip is a ride in the cab of a vintage steam train.
Drew and Tee head get an exclusive look at a private collection of rock 'n roll memorabilia. Drew is excited to find some very rare Led Zeppelin and Motorhead collectibles.
Drew and Tee head to a family run antiques business in Yorkshire with a no-nonsense owner. He has to haggle hard, but Drew bags himself an elegant 19th century bachelor's chest.
Drew and Tee seek out the very best antiques the Isle of Wight has to offer. Their first stop is the seaside town of Ventnor, a fashionable holiday resort in Victorian times.
Drew and Tee head to a grade II listed mansion in Lincolnshire. The house is packed with items and Drew haggles for a superb 19th century chair and a decorated chinoiserie mirror.
The boys stop at a salvage yard which Drew hails as the best in the country. They find a pair of beautifully crafted sundials and an overthrow believed to be from Belvoir Castle.