STANSTED MOUNTFITCHET, U.K. – More items from the collection of Sir Rod Stewart are coming up for sale at Sworders this year. Following the success of two similarly star-kissed dispersals in 2018 and 2019, there will be a third bite at the apple for those who wish to share in Stewart’s distinctive taste for art and interior decoration.

The 39 lots included on the second day of the Tuesday, December 12 and Wednesday, December 13 Fine Interiors sale comprise a mix of modern, vintage and antique pieces from his family home in Essex. Most have been in storage for some years.

And as befitting a successful singer-songwriter whose number one hits include Sailing (from the studio album Atlantic Crossing), two yachting paintings by recognized 20th-century marine artists lead the offering: Hispania Leads at the Gybe Mark, Western Solent, 1912, an anachronistic oil by John Steven Dews (b. 1949-) is estimated at £15,000-£20,000 ($18,910-$25,210), while Britannia Racing in the Clyde, a late work by artist David Brackman (1932-2008), is estimated at £10,000-15,000 ($12,600-$18,910).

Both the marine paintings were purchased at Christie’s South Kensington.

Most of the pieces in the sale were bought by Stewart himself at auction houses, galleries and antiques shops in the U.K. and the U.S.

A set of six 18th-century Italian engravings of classical statues (estimated at £600-£800, or $750-$1,000) were purchased from Christie’s South Kensington in 2014 and a George II-style carved pine pier table, with an associated marble top, was acquired at Sotheby’s in 2018 (estimated at £2,000-£4,000, or $2,520-$5,040).

Sworders’ director John Black has managed the three sales for his famous client: “We all feel the need for a declutter and Sir Rod is no different. He has accumulated many things over his lifetime and has decided it is again the time to have a bit of a clear-out. He lives locally and it is a pleasure to be selling these items that range from the glitzy and glamorous to the more restrained.”