CollectionsRod Stewart’s Stuffed Fox and Other Oddities for Auction at Sworders

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Lovers of Sir Rod Stewart and stuffed foxes rejoice. The internationally famous singer has had a clear-out of his Essex pile, and is offering fans the chance to buy a items in his own particularly tasteful style, ranging from a stuffed fox to a Georgian table.

The 20 items for sale include the stuffed and mounted fox, estimate at £200-£300, a George III carved and gilt wood settee with a price tag of £1,500-£2000, and a couple of elaborate gilt wood clocks.

A carved and gilt sunburst wall clock, est. £250-£300

Stewart and his wife Penny had a sort-out of their belongings after selling their home in Epping, Essex last year, and this is the second time local auctioneers Sworders have had a selection of items from ‘Rod the Mod’ under the hammer.

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A stuffed and mounted fox, est. £200-£300

Leading the price list is a George III marble-topped gilt wood hall table with a price tag of £4,000-6,000.

See the full auction list for the event on September 11th 2019 here:

www.sworder.co.uk

Also coming up from Sworders are auctions of rare charity paper flags from the WW1 era, in the Homes and Interiors sale on October 29th, and a charity shop find, an Imperial Chinese Qianlong famille rose wall vase with an estimate of over £50,000, in the Asian Art auction on November 8th.

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