Bunny Campione (born Carolyn Elizabeth Fisher, ca. August 1946) is an English antiques expert known for her many appearances on the long running BBC television programme Antiques Roadshow, on which she has appeared since 1987.
Campione became known as "Bunny" as a young child after she was given a coat that had a hood with rabbit ears on it and she later collected soft toy rabbits. She studied at university in France and worked at the Bear Lane Gallery in Oxford for a year. She then worked at Sotheby's for 23 years gaining a wide knowledge of antiques firstly in the furniture department and then the collectors' department.
She was a senior consultant to Christie's, London until 2001. She lives on the Essex/Suffolk border with her husband Iain Grahame (born Iain Claverhouse) whom she married on 7 July 2002. She runs her own company, Campione Fine Art, buying and selling antiques on behalf of clients. She has a particular interest in, and knowledge of, automata, bird-cages, corkscrews, dolls, dolls' houses, miniature and early furniture, and soft toys.
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- David Battie and Fiona Malcolm (2005). The Antiques Roadshow. Mitchell Beazley. ISBN 1-84533-060-9.
- Antiques Roadshow: Bunny Campione
- Iain Grahame Rare Books - Fine Sporting, Shooting, Stalking, Hunting, Natural History and Africana | About Major Books, the antiquarian booksellers of fine sporting, natural h... Archived 4 February 2009 at the Wayback Machine.
- Cerita Stanley-Little, The Great Lablache, Xlibris Corporation, 2009, ISBN 1450003044, 9781450003049, page 582.[self-published source]
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