Lisa Lloyd has worked in the world of antiques for 30 years. Her background as an auctioneer and director of Rosebery’s in south London for 16 years set her in good stead as an eclectic generalist. Her personal favourites include textiles, jewellery, Grand Tour souvenirs and ceramics.
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Outside the Roadshow, Lisa is passionate about interior design and her personal projects have included the restoration of a 17th-century Chateau in France, a Regency townhouse and a 15th-century rectory in which she currently lives.
The most memorable Roadshow find would have to be a rare ‘The Winner’ enamel BP sign valued at £10,000-15,000 but her wish list item would be something mystical such as a rare Bezoar stone (an antidote to poison) or a witch’s bottle used as a protective amulet and buried under old thresholds.