Charlotte may take a job in New York; Tinker retires to a pub; Janey returns.
While hunting down a valuable dresser he lost, Lovejoy somehow manages to lose both Charlotte and her neighbor's baby.
To purchase some antiques, Lovejoy borrows $100,000 from a loan shark using his daughter's apartment as collateral.
In an effort to help Tinker, Lovejoy hunts for the people responsible for smuggling religious antiques into England.
After Lord Dunwich's ownership of a valuable 17th-century Communion vessel is challenged, Lovejoy must determine the rightful owner.
During an intimate dinner with Charlotte, the police arrest Lovejoy for armed robbery.
Hired to recover a priceless samurai sword, Lovejoy lets it get away at auction.
Tinker's long-lost sister, Olive, is about to lose her island home to an unscrupulous developer.
Lovejoy has 24 hours to find Charlotte before a killer exacts vengeance.
Circumstances point to Lovejoy when someone attacks Charlotte and steals an 18th-century painting.
Lovejoy meets North Carolina namesakes who want the secret of the lost colony of Roanoke.
Gimbert plans to make Felsham Hall a health spa; Charlotte and Lovejoy test a historic four-poster.
Elderly siblings refuse to part with a rare Bible.
A candlestick collection contains some stolen pieces; Gimbert buys a worthless painting.
Charlotte invites Lovejoy for a romantic dinner; collectors bid on china geese.
Lovejoy fancies an unusual Chinese cannon; so does a tong member.
Lovejoy resembles a famous poet, and someone wants him dead for it.
Lovejoy's search for a rare Celtic cross leads him and suspicious Charlotte to Wales.
When he tries to unload a white-elephant sideboard, Lovejoy uncovers a smuggling racket.
Charlotte refuses to live with an ex; Gilbert falls for a con.
Lovejoy sees a country-house auction as a way out of debt; Eric gets bossy with Beth.
Glamorous auctioneer Charlotte Cavendish does not appreciate Lovejoy's Felsham Hall scam.
Lovejoy becomes involved with antique mirrors and a dancing academy.
Lovejoy becomes involved with valuable Gillray prints and a stolen bronze Bacchus which belongs to the queen.
Lovejoy loses his touch after appearing on a TV talk show.
Recently divorced Lord Kincardine has 24 hours to redeem a valuable miniature.
Lovejoy and Charlie Gimbert vie for royal-crested Wedgwood plates.
Lovejoy stumbles onto the trail of the mysterious Lost Book of Clonmel while authenticating some drawings.
Lovejoy, Lady Jane and Eric undertake an undercover sting operation.
Lovejoy investigates raids on local antique shops and a burglary at Lady Jane's house.
A valuable old cannon wrecks a pub cellar, then disappears.
Lovejoy becomes suspicious when he's asked by a wing commander to sell a collection of religious artifacts.
An old table is a fake, but an American regimental flag is valuable.
A hustler wants Lovejoy to find the billiard table of Mary, Queen of Scots. Directed by Ian McShane.
A violinist asks Lovejoy to turn a rare Stradivarius into a fake.
Lovejoy connives to solve a cash-flow problem.
After a dawn raid by the bailiffs, Lovejoy takes off on his own.
Lovejoy, searching in Czechoslovakia for a beautiful girl and a priceless diamond, is kidnapped.
Lovejoy and Lady Jane are brought closer together during their investigation of an antiques dealer in Scotland.
Problems are compounded by Lovejoy himself after he determines that a golf club's prize trophy is a fake.
Vicky unwittingly is involved with a married man; a cabinet minister's son forges artworks.
Lovejoy hopes to prevent a developer from destroying an ancient Roman mosaic.
A youth steals an ordinary Berber rug from a lady who uses a priceless vase as an umbrella stand.
A Scottish sword holds the key to French treasure.
A Chinese terra-cotta pig is a forgery; Eric deals imaginatively in old motorbikes.
A priceless bronze is missing, and Lovejoy is suspect.
Lovejoy must deal with drunken sailors, a fashion photographer and hood Angelo "Angel Trousers" Pantolini.
A valuable harp that Lovejoy was supposed to sell mysteriously disappears.
Eric is conned; Lovejoy sells paintings which are denounced as fakes.
Lovejoy falls for Lady Jane's friend, Victoria, and becomes involved in kidnapping.
A devious antiques dealer swindles a beautiful American widow, and Lovejoy sets out to nab the thief.
Lovejoy investigates the new business partner Lady Jane's husband has acquired.
A society wedding turns chaotic when someone murders the groom.
Lovejoy faces a moral dilemma when a teenage girl wants to purchase a set of erotic drawings.
International art thieves lay siege to England's lavish country houses.
Lovejoy is in hot pursuit of an elusive painter with a secret.
Lovejoy's eye for detail detects a dangerous flaw in the restaurant he and Lady Jane decorated for Tinker's old army chum.
A cursed Mayan statue is blamed for two murders, but Lovejoy suspects a more human evil is to blame.
A case of guns stolen from the estate of a wealthy widow causes a mysterious commotion.
An aristocrat receives an inheritance but ignores the plight of his brother.
After getting out of prison, Lovejoy pursues the man who framed him.
Lovejoy travels to Venice to uncover the mystery behind a murder and the theft of a Carpaccio painting.
Lovejoy must determine whether old love letters hidden in a clock are authentic.
Lovejoy attempts to stop a con man and his two accomplices from bilking art collectors.
A man who always boasted of his pending wealth mysteriously dies, and a priest seems intent on covering his tracks.
Lovejoy sets out to find a pair of Regency pistols called the Judas Pair -- and the murderer who once used them to kill Ronald Field's brother.
Lovejoy and two Americans puzzle over Roman coins a forger willed to a museum.
A shady dealer and her dishonest client hamper Lovejoy's attempts to recover rare porcelains.
The revenue service and an ax-murderer are after Lovejoy and an Arab headdress.
An antiques hustler (Ian McShane) gets involved with a mysterious woman, a firefly cage made of coal, and murder.