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Rod Stewart flogs his glitz

WE’RE used to seeing Sir Rod Stewart prancing on stage in leopard print — but now it seems his taste translated into his home.

£2,000: For a pair of candelabra
£250: An old armchair never lets you down PICTURES: SWORDERS/BNPS

And if you fancy an armchair covered in the material you could be in luck — it’s among more than 60 items Sir Rod is flogging off from his £4.6million Essex mansion. The chair is tipped to sell for £250.

£3,000: Two gilt bronze side tables

If you’d rather have a pair of 19th century giltwood brackets with cherub mounts, then expect to shell out £1,800. Or for £2,000 you could bag two 19th century gilt bronze candelabra. A pair of gilt bronze side tables will set you back around £3,000.

£1,800: Brackets with cherub mounts

Sir Rod is having a clear-out at Durrington House, near Epping Forest, which he bought with wife Penny Lancaster in 2013. The sale, by Sworders of Stansted Mountfitchet, is on September 11.