A silver 12 place setting table service by Barber Brothers & Sons Ltd, Sheffield and Birmingham, 1935, took top billing and sold to a room bidder for £2,460.
Not far behind was a well -viewed matched pair of fox head silver stirrup cups. Believed to have been made by Neresheimer & Co, Hanau, Germany. A net bidder paid £1,480 for the pair.
A collection of Swarovski crystal consigned by a single owner proved appealing and collectively sold for more than £3,700.
A small – just 12 cm high - intricately designed Royal Worcester reticulated teapot in the manner of George Owen charmed the internet and a phone bidder. The phone bidder eventually won the battle for possession and paid £1,050 for the beautifully produced piece.
The oriental section also attracted good prices. A battle of the phones ensued over a Chinese carved hardwood box with jade lid. One phone bidder edged out the other with a claim of £925.
A significant book and maps section rounded off the sale. A limited edition illustrated edition of stories by Hans Andersen was the top seller. Artist Edmund Dulac had signed and illustrated the copy, which dated from 1911. It sold for £675 to a room bidder.
Once again tiny articles held sway as a Magee’s Miniature Almanack for 1782 with hand coloured pictorial boards, engraved frontispiece of Hibernia measuring 7cm by 4cm in its original gilt-tolled leather wallet was bought for £245.
Other notable sums achieved in this section included a minute book for the Associated Board of the Royal Academy of Music and Royal College of Music, 1890-1982, which fetched £370.
The same sum was achieved for a manuscript commonplace book, circa 1770s-80s, comprising notes, quotes, maxims, historical facts and a few recipes.
Entries are being accepted for the December sale, which takes place on Thursday, December 6. For more information please contact the saleroom on 01823 332525.