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Pictured: 'Cyparissuss', a painted plaster group of a youth and a fawn, is expected to fetch £6,000.
The lavish contents of one of Britain's most beautiful stately homes are being auctioned off in a £1m everything must go sale.
Wormington Grange has been owned since the 1970s by John Evetts, the grandson of Lord Ismay, Winston Churchill's chief military strategist during World War Two.
Mr Evetts has sold the £15m neoclassical Cotswolds mansion as he is downsizing to a smaller property in the area.
The sale, to be conducted by Duke's, of Dorchester, Dorset, features over 1,000 items ranging in value from £50 kitchen glasses to £100,000 works of art.