Friday, 26 September 2014

Cream drummer Ginger Baker's dining room table up for auction in Ruislip

Ginger Baker pictured in 2011

It may not be the most rock'n'roll item to go under the hammer but an auction house in Ruislip are preparing for interest in a lot belonging to one-time rocker Ginger Baker.
The drummer, who now lives in Harrow, is best known for his work alongside Eric Clapton in the bands Cream and Blind Faith in the 1960s.
Auctioneers at Bainbridge's Auction House in Ickenham Road, Ruislip, are preparing for their next sale on Thursday, September 25, and are particularly interested by a table donated by Mr Baker's daughter.

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