Adam Schoon Biography – Adam Schoon Wiki
Adam Schoon is an expert on the BBC’s Antiques Roadshow programme. He has been a regular contributor on the Antiques Roadshow since 2000. He was the antiques consultant to the BBC One’s Going for a Song before joining the Antiques Roadshow team in 2000.
He has a wide range of knowledge and has recorded items as diverse as a rolling pin, shoe buckles, and Victorian ice skates! However, his most memorable recording to date is a magnificent carved wood Fijian kava bowl at St Andrews. It was a beautiful piece of Pacific island art with an interesting practical use as a communal drinking vessel and it revealed an exciting side to tribal life.
Schoon is an independent antiques and fine art valuer, and consultant with over 30 years experience, having started at the age of 16. He is also a consultant senior valuer for the North Yorkshire auctioneers Tennants.
He also works as a specialist and expert witness for Trading Standards across the United Kingdom. In 2008, Adam was appointed a trustee of the Bowes Museum in County Durham. He has been a member of The Oriental Ceramic Society of London for over 30 years.
Adam Schoon Age
Antiques Roadshow expert Adam Schoon’s age is unclear.