Rod Stewart is auctioning off his furniture in a "good old fashioned clear out"

16 August 2018, 11:11

Rod Stewart
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By Tom Eames

Fancy a piece of genuine rockstar home furnishings?

Sir Rod Stewart is having a "good old-fashioned clear out", and is auctioning off some of his furniture.

The rock legend owns a mansion in Sheering near Harlow, and is offering fans the chance to own items like a leopard print armchair or a figure of a banjo player.

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The special items are being auctioned by Sworders' Fine Art of Stansted Mountfitchet, Essex, in a sale which could raise up to £40,000.

A spokesman for Rod said it was "all very rock and roll".

The sale takes place on September 11, and includes items with estimates of £60 to £3,000.


The collection includes over 60 items, featuring a pair of gilt bronze-mounted side tables, a pair of late 19th Century pier mirrors, and four gilt bronze two-branch wall lights.

John Black at Sworders said: "It was genuinely nice to get the phone call. He wanted a local company. It's really good decorative house furniture, nice tables and wall lights. It's all very rock and roll."

Sadly, no leopard print trousers or Scotland football tops have been made available.

Rod Stewart releases his 30th solo album Blood Red Roses later this year, including the single 'Didn't I'.