Tim Hogarth is an antique dealer based in the United Kingdom. He owns an antique store in the UK, Red House Antiques Center York. Tim has developed a passion for history and antiques since an early age, motivating him to set up a business around it.
Aside from owning an antique shop in york, Tim also works as the antique dealer on the ITV’s Dickinson’s Real Deal TV show. Also, he has appeared in a number of other shows as a celebrity guest and anchor.
In this post, we will write about Tim Hogarth’s biography, age, wife, net worth, and house. First, let’s look at his profile.
|56 years old
|Date of Birth
Tim Hogarth Biography
Tim Hogarth was born in June 1967 in Keighley, West Yorkshire. He grew up in Haworth, a village famous for being the home of The Bronte sisters. His nationality is English, and his ethnicity is Caucasian.
As of now, Tim Hogarth is 56 years old.
When Tim graduated from school, he worked for a local factory until he raised enough money to set up his antique business. He started with doing markets, then quickly moved to antique fairs and later opened a shop in Haworth.
Tim Hogarth Wife
Tim Hogarth is married to a woman named Nicola. He met his wife, Nicola, in an antique business and married in 1995. Their union is blessed with a daughter named Hester, born in 2001.
The family has a home in Bradford, England.
Tim has homes in Yorkshire and Scotland and lives between the two places to run his business.
Tim Hogarth developed an interest in antiques at a young age and visited antique fairs and flea markets regularly. Driven by passion, Tim opened his business in Haworth after saving enough money when working in a local factory.
At 21, Tim extended his business to London, selling antiques in Covent Garden market Portobello Bermondsey. He made sales to international clients and companies such as Ralph Lauren Valentino and Princess Margret.
In October 2018, Tim’s store was looted by a masked gang who carted away collectibles and antiques worth £80,000 within three minutes, according to the Daily Record.
Tim Hogarth has been one of the antique experts and dealers on ITV’s hit show Dickinson’s Real Deal since January 2009. Dickinson’s Real Deal is a UK modern antiques and collectibles television program on ITV, presented by David Dickinson.
In August 2018, Tim published a book titled The Dazzling Lady Docker: Britain’s Forgotten Reality Superstar. The book highlights Norah Docker, a sometimes-forgotten working-class girl who went from rags to riches and back again.
Tim Hogarth has not made his income and assets public, and details about Tim Hogarth’s salary and earnings are private for now. So, his net worth has not been estimated.
However, Tim’s book titled The Dazzling Lady Docker: Britain’s Forgotten Reality Superstar sells for $28 on Amazon and is top-rated. That is another income source for Tim besides his antique business and TV Show. If conjectures are anything to go by, Tim Hogarth’s net worth would be around $500,000.