Jemma, Kellie and David go shopping in Durtal in north-west France, with 800 Euros to spend who will be able to upscale their goods for the most profit back in the UK? David is banking on an old chair while Jemma thinks kids' furniture is best.
Adrien thinks industrial lighting is popular at the moment and picks up some old warehouse lights. Sam upcycles an old bicycle into three decorative clocks.
In Nice, Nathalie goes traditional French, picking up some antique shutters; David gives a small chest of drawers the shabby chic treatment; and hard-haggler Jane buys a mirror for 7 Euros.
Three rivals with a passion for all things vintage and retro get 800 euros to spend in Paris with veteran Mark Franks there to help them. Sarah spends big on some Bakelite telephones and Trevor hopes to strike gold with a pair of antelope horns.
Helen spots the potential in some rusty old oyster baskets. Pauline gives an antique mirror a pink paint job, and Martin's upcycling gets personal as he creates a bespoke piece of artwork using some old watch fittings.
In Carpentras, southern France, Ray sees potential in a French dresser - but will the buyers in Bristol agree? Meanwhile, Joanne reupholsters some antique dining chairs, and Ben surprises Mark when he makes a profit on an old typewriter.
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