An outfit that belonged to a shaman (witch doctor).
Seller Alain has been visiting Nepal for over three decades. Fifteen years ago Alain bought the 19th century shaman outfit from a family introduced to him by the local witch doctor.
The costume is complete with accessories including a crown, drum, spirit catcher, ritual dagger and a dress.
It was clear from the beginning that both Gordon and Jeff were after this item with Gordon exclaiming 'I hope it's my size - I love it.'
Alain decided on Jeff's room first but turned down his impressive offer of £18,000 for the outfit, which would have given him a profit of £17,000. Celia and Andrew's low offers didn't appeal to Alain either but he finally settled on Gordon's offer of £7,600.
Despite losing out on £10,000 more from Jeff, Alain said he sold it to the person he felt should have it.
Sold to Gordon Watson for £7,600.
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Bodysnatcher's skin wallet
A bodysnatcher's skin wallet.
A wallet made from the skin of the notorious bodysnatcher, William Burke. Murderous Scottish duo Burke and Hare were prolific bodysnatchers, stealing corpses and also murdering people to provide bodies for Edinburgh University's medical school. The two were eventually caught and Burke was hung for his crimes in 1829.
Artefacts made from body parts of historical figures are said to bring good luck and seller Robin hoped to translate that luck into ready money in Four Rooms.
Believing the item to be of great value, Robin's target price for the wallet was £50,000. Jeff offered Robin £180 and told him that it wasn't worth his high asking price. The best offer Robin received was from Gordon, who offered £4000.
However, Robin decided that it was worth much more to him and left Four Rooms without doing a deal.
Giant elephant bird egg
A giant elephant bird egg.
An egg from the elephant bird, which is the largest bird known to man. A native to Madagascar, the bird weighed half a ton, stood over 10 foot tall and is thought to have become extinct over 1400 years ago.
Seller Daniel, or 'The Great Stromboli' as he is known to his fans, is a retired fire-eater and performer who travelled the world picking up various curios for his Blackpool sideshow.
Daniel's ideal price for his egg was £10,000, so when Jeff offered him £6950, he decided to reject this offer and visit the other dealers.
Celia and Andrew's offers were considerably lower and Daniel was left with all his 'eggs in one basket' - Gordon's room. Luckily, Gordon was passionate about the egg and happily snapped it up for £3800.
Sold to Gordon Watson for £3,800.
A ouija board.
A 1915 wooden ouija board. Ouija boards were first patented in the 1890s as a popular parlour game, where people apparently used the boards to try and contact the dead.
Seller Christian's fascination for the supernatural began at the age of 17 and he purchased this board while on holiday abroad in America six years ago. Christian claimed that the board pointed to the letter 'G' when he asked it who would buy the object.
Gordon was the dealer who initially showed the most excitement about the ouija board and declared that he intended to 'go for it'. As Christian had deduced that Gordon would acquire the board, he seemed to be in the favourite position.
Christian rejected Jeff, Celia and Andrew's offers and went to visit Gordon in the last room. The two shook on a deal of £525 and the spooky prediction became reality.
Sold to Gordon Watson for £525.
Antique Parisian roulette wheel
An antique Parisian roulette wheel.
A roulette wheel made by Jost in Paris. Blaise Pascal was a French mathematician, who invented the first roulette wheel in the 17th century. Seller Paul's wheel, made in the 1940s, was given to him as part payment for a removal job a number of years ago.
Paul visited Celia first, who offered a disappointing £500. Andrew really wanted to buy the wheel, but was worried he wasn't going to get Paul into his room.
He was right - Gordon's buying streak continued and he struck a deal with the seller for £1400, leaving Andrew very disappointed.
Sold to Gordon Watson for £1400.
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Jake Chapman's graduation artwork
Jake Chapman's graduation artwork.
A graduation artwork piece called 'Utopian Scheme' by one half of the Chapman Brothers, Jake Chapman. The brothers, whose work has sold for millions, are world-famous artists, selling to iconic celebrities such as Charles Saatchi and Elton John.
Before becoming a gallery owner, seller Andrew was a lecturer at the University of East London. Andrew bought this piece directly from Jake Chapman at his graduation show in 1988. Andrew paid £50 back in the 1980s but was looking for a much higher price now.
Andrew, hoping to make a large profit, informed the dealers before entering their rooms that the artwork was a 'Chapman and not a cheap-man.' Having lost out to Gordon on several objects throughout the day, dealer Andrew was determined to purchase this item.
The seller had estimated the artwork's value at £7000, so when Andrew offered him £10,000, the deal was sealed in the first room. This left Gordon an object light in his shopping spree and one unhappy dealer.
Sold to Andrew Lamberty for £10,000.
Under the rules of Four Rooms, sellers are not allowed to sell their item on to any of the dealers for a period of 18 months after broadcast of the show.Objects Index