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Lisa Lloyd Biography – Lisa Lloyd Wiki
Lisa Lloyd is an antiques expert, auctioneer and antiques specialist on BBC’s Antiques Roadshow. She is the owner of Hand of Glory Antiques & Interiors, an antique store in Wiltshire offering an eclectic mix of antiques, objects and……in the words of John Tradescant; ‘Anything that is strang’ (sic).
Lisa has worked in the world of art and antiques for 35 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.
Lisa regularly sources antiques for clients and interior design projects. Past clients include Soho House Group, Ralph Lauren, Cliveden House and numerous boutique hotels and private members clubs. Recent projects include the design and refurbishment of The Bull Inn, Limpsfield, Surrey, which recently won the Surrey Life ‘2019 Surrey Pub of The Year Award.
Lisa also writes on the subject of antiques and design for various publications including Homes & Antiques, Reclaim, BBC Antiques Roadshow Magazine, Period Homes & Interiors and was the contributing writer for the sculpture and textiles chapters for Millers Art Deco (published Oct. 2016 ). She also lectures for clubs and societies.
Lisa Lloyd Husband
Lisa Lloyd is married to her husband Marc Allum, who is also an expert on the BBC’s flagship series The Antiques Roadshow. The couple live in a former 15th century Vicarage at the heart of Chippenham. They have a daughter, Tallulah Lloyd-Allum.
The couple have always been fascinated by history and, despite early stints working in the music business, have both carved out careers in the antiques industry. Marc trained as a sound engineer, working for label company PolyGram in London, where he met Lisa, a striking receptionist with a string of music video appearances under her belt.
Lisa Lloyd Antiques Roadshow
Lisa Lloyd is a miscellaneous specialist on BBC1’s Antiques Roadshow, presented by Fiona Bruce. She joined the Roadshow in 2012. 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.
Lisa Lloyd Instagram
Lisa Lloyd’s Instagram handle is @handofgloryantiques.