In Grand Rapids, Michigan, ANTIQUES ROADSHOW admires masterpieces of locally manufactured modernist furniture at the Grand Rapids Public Museum. Appraisal highlights: a unique quilt made of fabric scraps signed by 200 celebrities and dignitaries, including Gerald Ford, Neil Armstrong and Lucille Ball; a turn-of-the-century cold-air return cover made by the Tiffany Glass and Decorating Company; and a collection of wooden fish decoys by renowned Michigan master carver Oscar Peterson, valued at $14,000.
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