Scott F. Nussbaum, left, of Nussbaum Antiques in Louisville examined a 19th-century quilt at KET’s ­appraisal fair for its new show, Kentucky Collectibles. The quilt’s owner was not identified.
Scott F. Nussbaum, left, of Nussbaum Antiques in Louisville examined a 19th-century quilt at KET’s ­appraisal fair for its new show, Kentucky Collectibles. The quilt’s owner was not identified.
Scott F. Nussbaum, left, of Nussbaum Antiques in Louisville examined a 19th-century quilt at KET’s ­appraisal fair for its new show, Kentucky Collectibles. The quilt’s owner was not identified.

On 'Kentucky Collectibles,' owners find out if 'treasures' really are

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