Steven Moore is a TV host, an authority on antiques, an auctioneer, an writer, and a curator with a ardour for ceramics. His appearances on the BBC’s “Antiques Roadshow” and “Antiques Roadtrip” have made him well-known. Since 2004, he has been a beloved common on the BAFTA-winning “Antiques Roadshow” on BBC One. In 2019, Steven accepted a proposal to host the favored daytime program Antiques Roadtrip, which Scottish Tv produces for BBC One.
His love of gathering started when he was younger. He stated to the BBC: “I grew up enjoying with clay as a toy since my father taught ceramics. I’ve all the time been fascinated by how soil could also be remodeled right into a sturdy factor. I used to dig up previous bottles from dumping grounds and even skipped the cross nation at school to do that.”
Steven started curating his first exhibition at Newcastle’s Laing Artwork Gallery on the age of 16, and by the point he was 21, he had accomplished his first e-book. He first pursued archaeology as a profession earlier than transitioning into vintage buying and selling and writing.
Steven joined the Antiques Roadshow workforce in 2004 and listed a self-portrait sculpture by Danish artist Jais Nielsen that was discovered at Coventry Cathedral in 2007 as certainly one of his favourite finds.
However at Norwich Cathedral in 2005, Steve skilled certainly one of his most memorable Roadshow occasions when he was given a bottle of Scotch whisky that contained a lifeless mouse!
He has intensive expertise as an vintage supplier, auctioneer, and museum curator. He served as a marketing consultant editor for Miller Publications, rewriting, increasing, and authenticating the writer’s work throughout a variety of areas, together with the yearly Worth Information, Collectibles, and different publications. Miller’s Area Information to Porcelain and Miller’s Area Information to Glass are books that he co-wrote with Judith Miller.
He has authored articles for publications together with The World of Interiors, Nation Life, Gardens Illustrated, and Properties and Antiques. For a few years, he wrote a weekly column for Newcastle Journal and a month-to-month piece for North East Occasions.