In Hoarders: Then & Now, we revisit the individuals previously featured in A&E's series "Hoarders" to see if they've cleaned up their acts yet?
Runtime: 60 minutes
Hoarders: Then & Now - Cheapside Hoard - Netflix
The Cheapside Hoard is a hoard of jewellery from the late 16th and early 17th centuries, discovered in 1912 by workmen using a pickaxe to excavate in a cellar at 30–32 Cheapside in London, on the corner with Friday Street. They found a buried wooden box containing more than 400 pieces of Elizabethan and Jacobean jewellery, including rings, brooches and chains, with bright coloured gemstones and enamelled gold settings, together with toadstones, cameos, scent bottles, fan holders, crystal tankards and a salt cellar. Most of the hoard is now in the Museum of London, with some items held by the British Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museum.
Hoarders: Then & Now - Notes - Netflix
Hoarders: Then & Now - References - Netflix