Antiques Roadshow $1 Million Find

Say hello to the world’s luckiest woman: According to Reuters, A woman “who inherited some Chinese carved jade from her father has scored the first $1 million appraisal from experts on the U.S. television program ‘Antiques Roadshow,’ the producers said on Monday.” The four jade and celadon pieces are from the Chien Lung Dynasty (1737-1795) and include a bowl crafted for the emperor. They were given a conservative estimate of $1.07 million. “For 13 years, we've been hoping to feature a million-dollar appraisal on Antiques Roadshow; it's been our 'Great White Whale,'" said the show’s executive producer.