Steven Moore Antiques Roadshow Wikipedia
Steven is a well-known figure in luxury, design, and antiquities, all of which he approaches with zeal. His appearances on the BBC's "Antiques Roadshow" and "Antiques Roadtrip" have made him a worldwide household name among television viewers.
The Tv personality has extensive knowledge of the antiquities "business," having worked as an antique dealer, auctioneer, and museum curator. He is an accomplished author, writer, and designer.
Likewise, he has worked as a consulting editor for Miller Publications, rewriting, expanding, and authenticating text for various of the publisher's products, including the yearly Price Guide, Collectibles, and other publications.
Previously, he used to write articles for publications like The World of Interiors, Country Life, Gardens Illustrated, and Homes and Antiques. He also wrote a weekly column for the Newcastle Journal and a long-running monthly essay for the North East Times.
Additionally, during Steven's time as an antique dealer, he rediscovered many "lost" treasures, including a set of William Morris tiles now in the collection of The William Morris Gallery.
One of the apex moments of his career as an auctioneer was the recovery of the "Thornhill Stem Cup," a piece of early blue and white porcelain from the Ming dynasty made for the Xuande Emperor and sold by Lyon & Turnbull in 2016 for £3.6 million.