Elaine Binning Biography – Elaine Binning Wiki
Elaine Binning is an expert on BBC’s Antiques Roadshow, auctioneer and valuer with a particular interest in furniture. She studied Valuation and Auctioneering of Fine Art at the Southampton Institute. She worked in a number of departments at Sotheby’s from 1988 and won her first auctioneers hammer at the ISVA national auction competition in 1991.
Elaine joined Dreweatts in 1992. Since joining, she has been valuing and auctioneering with Dreweatts in Newbury. After a four-year break from Dreweatts as a furniture consultant working in the UK and Georgia, Elaine now continues in the furniture department team. Elaine is a member of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors and has been a specialist on the BBC Antiques Roadshow since 1999.
Elaine Binning Antiques Roadshow
Elaine Binning is a specialist on the BBC Antiques Roadshow. Since joining the Antiques Roadshow team in 1999, Elaine has recorded a huge variety of items from tea caddies to embroidery, bronze monkeys to chrome car mascots. However, one real highlight was an album of paintings depicting a Quaker household in the early 19th Century, which she saw at Stanway House, Gloucestershire, in 2009. They were very rare and gave exquisite detail about day-to-day life at that time.
Elaine Binning Age
How old is Elaine Binning? Her age is unclear. She was raised in Oxfordshire.
Elaine Binning Husband
Is Elaine Binning married? It is unclear who Elaine Binning’s husband is.