The latest Chris Clubley and Co auction was a huge success, when a collection of Royal Dux figures, consigned from a private collector in Selby, realised a hammer total of £3,635.
The collection included a pair of Royal Dux figures of a shepherd and shepherdess realising £400, a pair of Royal Dux wine merchants realising £415 and a pair of Royal Dux fisher girl and boy realising £380.
The jewellery section achieved good prices across the board. A gold sovereign realised £190. A gold bangle sold at £560. A turquoise 9ct gold bracelet at £220. The section together realised over £4,350.
Miscellaneous lots in the sale included a pair of framed silk tapestries which got away at £100, underbid by a Chinese mainland bidder. A silver Vesta case realised £75.
A Beswick Dulex dog went to a new home at £170 and a set of Royal Dickens figures realised £125.
Three boxes of sewing items were fought over to £145, an early 20th Century map got to £70 and two dolls houses found buyers at £200.
The furniture section of the sale did not disappoint.
A pine dresser base found a buyer at £120, a late 19th Century mirror door wardrobe exceeded expectations selling at £170.
An Ercol sideboard realised £200. A Victorian dressing table went to a new home at £120, a mid-19th Century rocking chair rocked to £80 and a carved Victorian sofa went at £210.
A carved late 19th / early 20th Century sideboard realised £180.
Entries are invited for the next Chris Clubley and Co sale on March 12.
Visit www.chrisclubley.co.uk/auctions, or call (01430) 874000.