Fans of Rod Stewart will have the chance to bid at an auction of glitzy items belonging to the singer on September 11.
Items being auctioned include two gilt bronze-mounted side tables, expected to fetch up to £3,000, and a teak lounge armchair with cane back and a faux leopard print cushion - the guide price for the latter is £250 to £350.
The collection of more than 60 lots features a figurine of a banjo-playing minstrel, expected to fetch £350.
According to The Guardian, the 73-year old rocker reportedly put Wood House - it sits on 24.8 acres near Epping in Essex, England - on the market last year for £7.5m.
He had moved down to the nearby grade II listed Durrington House, which he bought in 2013. The musician has spent the years since renovating the mansion, although the one-time Faces front-man spends most of his time with wife Penny Lancaster and their children in California.
The sale is believed to be the result of a clear out at Wood House, although it is not clear as yet which of his residences the items have come from.
John Black, the director of Sworders auctioneers in Stansted Mountfitchet declared that the firm were selling settees, lighting and furniture, among other Rod curiosities. "The items are all very glitzy and glamorous and there is lots of gold - all very rock’n’roll."
The relevant lots for auction can be viewed at Sworders from September 7.
It has just been announced that Rod and Bonnie Tyler, now 67, will record an album of duets, featuring new readings of Stay With Me and Total Eclipse of the Heart, with possible covers of Elton John, Queen and Beatles songs.
Stewart is releasing his 30th studio album, Blood Red Roses, on September 28.
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