Kate Bliss Biography – Kate Bliss Wiki
Kate Bliss is a British antiques expert and television presenter. Since 2003, Catherine has made regular appearances as an expert and presenter on a number of BBC Antiques programmes including ‘Bargain Hunt’, ‘Flog It!’, ‘Antiques Road Trip’, ‘Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is’, and ‘Trade Secrets’. Her television career started quite by chance. During the filming of a Bargain Hunt episode at the saleroom where she was auctioneering, she was approached by the production team.
Bliss specializes in jewelry and silver, and she is a fellow of the Great Britain Gemmological Association. Born as Kate Alcock in 1975 in Herefordshire, Bliss grew up in Hampton Bishop and later Dorstone. She attended Hereford Cathedral School, she went on to study English Literature at Brasenose College, the University of Oxford she then did Fine Art and became a member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.
Her father had two successful auctioneering businesses, one dealt in antique furniture and another in vintage cars. Bliss worked for her father’s valuation and auction business, she then joined Brightwells Auctioneers and Valuers and later joined Philip Serrell’s auction business. Currently, she runs her own Fine Art Valuation business, she also works in collaboration with a number of auction houses as a jewelry and silver expert, including Charles Hanson’s business. Her favorite item sold to date at our auctions is a pair of Victorian silver salts in the form of kangaroo’s which sold for a staggering £18,000. Kate has also contributed to a number of books including Judith Millers ‘Dictionary of Art and Antiques’. She lives with her family in rural Herefordshire.
Kate Bliss Age
She was born in 1975, in Herefordshire, England.
Kate Bliss Husband
She is married to her husband Jonathan Bliss. The two were married in 2005, The couple has two children together, their children are Lily Bliss and Ben Bliss.
Kate Bliss Net Worth
Kate Bliss net worth is estimated to be $1 million.