On "Storage Wars" (Sun., 9 p.m. EST on A&E) treasure hunters Jarrod Schulz and Brandi Passante thought they might have hit the jackpot after they spotted a valuable jug in a pile of stuff Jarrod won at an auction in Highland, Calif.
The brown pitcher was embellished with pictures of Charles Dickens and some of his characters, and was stamped with the Royal Doulton maker's mark. "I've heard of it before," Brandi said. "I think it's worth money."
As she hurried off, jug in hand, she dinged it off the wall in the storage locker facility. Uh oh ... The potentially valuable jug was now cracked. How much would that affect the sale price?
According to the expert appraiser, with the new hairline crack the pitcher was worth around $350. However, in perfect condition, it could have fetched as much as $600.
So, not a total disaster for clumsy Brandi, but she still may have lost out on $250.
Follow the treasure hunters on "Storage Wars," Sundays at 9 p.m. EST on A&E.
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