Bunny Campione Age, Net Worth, Illness, Brother, Antiques Roadshow, Wiki, Husband, Contact Details

Bunny Campione Biography – Bunny Campione Wiki

Bunny Campione is an English antiques expert. She is well-known from her many appearances on “The Antiques Roadshow”, one of the BBC’s longest-running and most popular programmes. The antiques expert has been a member of the BBC Antiques Roadshow team since 1985. She runs her own antiques and fine art consultancy, undertaking valuations and buying and selling antiques on behalf of clients.

Antiques expert Bunny Campione specialises in automata, birdcages, costume and textiles, corkscrews, dolls, dolls’ houses, pre-Victorian miniature furniture and soft toys. She has written many articles on antiques and she has acted as consultant on several specialist books while regularly contributing to antiques magazines. She frequently gives talks or lectures and enjoys the challenge of charity auctions where she finds extracting large bids to the benefit of deserving causes particularly worthwhile.

Bunny worked at Sotheby’s for 23 years until 1996. She first joined Sotheby’s on their main reception counter before progressing to the silver and then to the furniture departments. In 1981, she opened their first department devoted entirely to dolls and automata, and in 1982 she staged the first-ever auction of teddy bears. Yearly world auction records followed, not only for teddy bears but also for dolls, culminating in the still unsurpassed world auction record of £188,000 for a German bisque doll from 1909 which she discovered and sold in 1994.

In 1988, Bunny left Sotheby’s full time employment to open her own Fine Art and Antiques Consultancy, engaged in valuing, buying and selling all forms of antiques on behalf of clients. She remained at Sotheby’s as a consultant until the end of 1996, and then joined Christie’s as a Senior Consultant until 2002 while still running her own business.

Bunny speaks French, Italian and a little Greek. Her hobbies include painting, bee-keeping, Bridge, tennis, skiing, salmon fishing, bird watching, cooking, classical music and opera. She lives on a nature reserve in Suffolk with her husband Iain Grahame who is an antiquarian book dealer, and she has two sons of her own, a stepson and daughter, two grandsons and six step-grandchildren.

Bunny Campione Antiques Roadshow

She has been a member of the BBC Antiques Roadshow team since 1987. At the Mount Stuart Roadshow in 2003, Bunny came across a rare Steiff teddy. There were a limited number of these clown bears produced in 1926 but few survived, especially in good condition. The owner was delighted to discover that this one was worth £20,000.

Bunny Campione Age

She was born Carolyn Elizabeth Fisher in August 1946. The name Bunny has been with her since the age of two when her parents gave her a brown rabbit fur coat with bunny ears. When she had it on, she refused to answer to anything other than ‘Bunny’ and the name stuck.

Bunny Campione Husband

Is Bunny Campione married? She is married to her husband Iain Grahame, who is an antiquarian book dealer. The couple married on 7 July 2002.

Bunny Campione Family

Bunny has two sons of her own, a stepson and daughter, two grandsons and six step-grandchildren. Bunny is the daughter of Squadron Leader Francis Colborne Fisher and and Iris (née Stewart).

Bunny Campione Net Worth

Bunny Campione’s net worth is estimated to be $1 million.

Bunny Campione Stewart Granger – Bunny Campione Brother

Is Bunny Campione related to Stewart Granger? The Antiques Roadshow expert and the actor are reportedly related. According to IMDb, she is the niece of Stewart Granger. According to Wikipedia, Bunny Campione is the sister of actor Stewart Granger.

Bunny Campione Contact Details

Antiques Roadshow expert Bunny Campione is represented by DBA Speakers. For any query, you can contact DBA Speakers on 01256 316515 or you can email: info@dbaspeakers.com.