British antiques expert and auctioneer Elizabeth Talbot is well-noted to be part of BBC’s TV series Flog It. While the entire show is about an antique valuation, it is done by two experts including her.
Elizabeth Talbot Bio & Family
The TV personality is a private person and not much has been revealed about her birth details. To which her actual age and year of birth still remains a dilemma for many. Similarly, there are also missing details of her family, making her followers assume on her actual background and ancestry roots.
More On Elizabeth Talbot Career!
Elizabeth began learning the antiques trade in the mid-1980s. When she became one of the youngest female auctioneers, her motive was to train and master her skills to identify gazing antique pieces. Soon, she got the fortune to train with Messrs. Henry Spencer & Sons of Retford before joining TW Gaze in 1995. She became the recipient to be the member of the Incorporated Society of Valuers and Auctioneers in the 1990’s. In between she also became a member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors in the late 1990’s.
Then she became part of BBC’s popular TV shows including, Flog It and Bargain Hunt.
In 2019, she also got the honor to be the President of the Lowestoft Archaeology & Local History Society. Some of her other achievements include being an auctioneer at the annual Lowestoft Porcelain auctions and is also an honorary member of the Hornby Railway Collectors Association.
Who is Elizabeth Talbot’s Husband?
The auctioneer relishes a beautiful matrimony with husband Michael Talbot. Although the details of their early meetings and matrimonial history is still hidden, they co-parent twin girls. Not much has been revealed about her husband and kids who she prefers to keep away from the pondering media spotlights.
Some Interesting Facts About Elizabeth Talbot
- Elizabeth is a vivid social media user with 5062 Twitter followers.
- Her passion for antiques grew out of a childhood love of history.
- She enjoyed family trips to museums and stately homes and fired her enthusiasm.
- The TV personality is a great admirer and supports heritage projects around East Anglia including the work of museums.
- The late 19th and early 20th centuries Arts and Crafts period fascinate her.
- Some other noted auctioneers are Catherine Southon, Caroline Hawley, and Michael Baggott.
- The antique expert believes objects can tell stories about people’s lives in days gone by.