Lots Road Auctions

Lots Road Auctions of Chelsea, London, holds sales every Sunday for contemporary and traditional furnishings and decorative items. On the same day a sale is held for antique furniture, paintings, carpets and works of art.

Lots Road Auctions is presided over by Roger Ross, who was a joint founder of the famous Furniture Cave on the Kings Road in the 1970s.


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Auctions showcase David Bowie as musician, artist and collector

20 November 2018

Not only was David Bowie a rather good musician, but he turned his talents to art as well. His diverse talents are encapsulated by two lots sold in separate UK auctions, with the first coming at Suffolk saleroom Bishop & Miller on November 10.

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Lots Road Auctions to relocate

12 June 2017

Lots Road Auctions is to relocate to a purpose-built new saleroom as part of a property development on the Chelsea street.

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Lots Road's Nick Carter: ‘clients want us to stick with our Sunday service’

12 June 2017

Lots Road Auctions has been in the same premises since it was founded by owner Roger Ross in 1979. The establishment is well known among the Chelsea set and was even the star of the Channel Four show The Auction House. But changes are afoot. Here Nick Carter, manager and senior auctioneer, discusses the firm’s future with ATG.

Tributes to tragic Lots Road couple

04 March 2013

Lots Road Auctions are in mourning for staff members Joe Bampton and Suzanna Gyetvai, who died in the hot air balloon tragedy in Luxor, Egypt, on February 26.

Design takes the driving seat at Chelsea

03 August 2001

UK: WHILE their rooms are undergoing refurbishment, Lots Road Galleries (20% buyer’s premium including VAT) have changed their regular weekly sales from Monday to Sunday. The Chelsea auctioneers chose to mark the launch of their Sunday auctions on July 22 by ringing the changes in the sale content too: adding a selection of around 35 lots of contemporary and designer furniture to their traditional mix of antique and reproduction pieces.

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